Win elections: Save lives Lose elections: Babies die
For unborn babies, elections are a life-and-death matter.
The governor of West Virginia just vetoed a bill that would have protected unborn babies from the excruciating pain of a late abortion. Because of his veto, unborn babies 20 weeks and older will remain vulnerable to the most horrific, painful late abortions.
This shows how vital it is that every elected official be pro-life. It also shows we need a national law to protect these babies' lives everywhere. But now we've run up against another "leader" who seems to care more about politics than about unborn babies being tortured to death in these late abortions.
NRLC's Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act passed the U.S. House with bipartisan support. But so far, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has given no indication he will allow S. 1670 to be voted on. Ever.
The bill's sponsor, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), is fighting to get the bill heard. But Reid is abusing his power to prevent nearly all votes on measures opposed by pro-abortion interest groups.
Sen. Graham and National Right to Life will do everything in our power to get around these roadblocks, but if Reid is going to persist in protecting his pro-abortion Democratic Senate allies by blocking a vote, there's only one answer: Un-elect the senators whose support makes him majority leader and gives him the ability to abuse that power.
Winning a net of only 6 U.S. Senate seats would remove Reid from his position as majority leader! And you can help accomplish it! Your support for the National Right to Life Victory Fund will help us elect strong pro-life senators and defeat those who would coldly let unborn babies suffer and die.
Please support this noble work – and help us save the lives of the babies we're fighting to defend – with a generous donation of $250, or $100, or $50 to the National Right to Life Victory fund today.
Your support can do so much to stop the tragedy and pain of abortion. Please help with your generous contribution so we can save our Senate – and so many lives!