Making our voices heard to our elected officials is an important step in securing an unborn baby’s God-given right to live. In last week’s primary election, pro-lifers in Indiana did just that. Elections, of course, are where politicians are forced to seek the “consent of the governed” in the United States.
In fact, for this very reason, most elected officials hate contested elections. And they especially hate having opposition in a primary.
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Indiana’s May 8th primary election is only days away! I know the end of the primary season can get sticky, and it can be challenging to wade through the pool of information in front of you with so many candidates looking for your support. When it comes to an unborn child’s God given right to live, all Republicans say the same thing: “I am pro-life.” But are they really? What choice will they make when they could end abortion in Indiana once and for all? Rep. Curt Nisly made
Dear Friend of Life, We are just shy of a month away from the May 8th Indiana primary elections, and Republican candidates across the state are working hard to convince you they are what you need in Indy. They hope you’ll believe their campaign rhetoric long enough to earn your support, but oftentimes their language changes from election season to legislative session. For example, it is election season now and Representative Ben Smaltz is currently campaigning as a pro-lifer
After months of bad news for District 52, learning their “pro-life” legislator had zero intention of ending abortion, I have some exciting news for our friends in the northern Indiana House district. Hoosiers for Life recently surveyed William Carlin, challenger to Rep. Ben Smaltz, and I am pleased to announce Carlin has filled out the pro-life survey to our satisfaction. Ben Smaltz, on the other hand, believes murdering pre-born children is a constitutional right. Smaltz has