Radio ads promote prolife candidates
With the production of two radio ads, the Right to Life of Michigan Political Action Committee is helping prolife voters know who proudly supports the inalienable right to life.
"Crucial," explains if you believe in protecting the rights of the unborn, your vote for Mitt Romney is crucial. The fact is our current president not only supports abortion, but he voted to deny any protections for babies born after a failed abortion.
"Deciding," recognizes that deciding which State Supreme Court justices to vote for is a challenge. But, if you want to protect life at every stage, please remember Stephen Markman, Colleen O'Brien and Brian Zahra.
Elections have consequences
The 2012 election is critical to our future. Prolife issues are literally ones of life and death importance. A prolife President and a prolife majority in the U.S. Senate could mean the difference between repealing Obamacare or allowing taxpayer funding of abortion and assaults on conscience rights to remain the law of the land. They could make the difference between the Supreme Court overturning or upholding Roe v. Wade. On the state level, prolife success means continuing to add life-saving protections for the unborn in state law. All human life has value and to make this a reality in the United States, we need to vote for candidates who are prolife. We need to be proud of our single issue voting. We need to share with others our selfless, focused approach to this critical issue of life.
Flyers compare the candidates' views on life
The 2012 election for President and U.S. Senate offers a stark contrast for prolife issues. These flyers are free, please help spread the word by copying and sharing them with other voters. If you would like to order printed bulk quantities of the presidential comparison flyer in English or Spanish, click here.
Mitt Romney's prolife stand
The Right to Life of Michigan Political Action Committee (RLM-PAC) has joined the National Right to Life Political Action Committee in endorsing Mitt Romney for President of the United States. Mitt Romney has taken a strong prolife position and is committed to implementing policies to protect the unborn, the medically dependent and disabled, and the elderly.
President Obama's extreme position on abortion
President Obama is out of step with a large majority of Americans. He opposed efforts to ban sex-selection abortions, he opposed a ban on partial birth abortions and a law that requires doctors to provide medical care to babies who survive botched abortions.
Senator Stabenow's record on abortion
During the last 10 years in the U.S. Senate, Debbie Stabenow has a 0% voting record from the National Right to Life Committee. Her extensive pro-abortion record includes voting to require prolife citizens to fund abortions with their tax dollars and opposing the ban on barbaric partial-birth abortions.
What's at Stake
A lot is at stake in the 2012 elections. Will the prolife legislation pass on the federal level? Will abortion be covered by federally subsidized insurance plans? Will another pro-abortion justice be added to the Supreme Court? Will the HHS mandate stand? What's at Stake is a Power Point show that contrasts what will happen in the next four years if President Obama is re-elected compared to what will happen if Mitt Romney is elected.
The Right to Life of Michigan Political Action Committee has made endorsements in hundreds of general election races on the national, state and local levels.
Responding to assault, pregnancy
Those seeking public office are frequently asked about the abortion issue. Unfortunately, the media has twisted how some have explained their prolife position and how we as a society should respond when a woman becomes pregnant from assault. Rape and incest are horrific crimes and those who commit these crimes should be punished and their victims should be supported. Abortion doesn't undo the harm that has been caused. All unborn children, regardless of how they were conceived, are living human beings who deserve to be protected. MORE
Michigan voter information
To participate in the November 6 election, you must be registered to vote at least 30 days before the election. The Michigan Voter Information Center has the information you need to register to vote or to request an absentee ballot.
Prolife election materials
We have merchandise that helps you spread a message about voting prolife and directs people to the Right to Life of Michigan website.
We also have business cards available that direct people to our website to get their personalized prolife ballots. If you would like to order some to hand out, please call our state office at 616-532-2300.
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