Goal Met: 40,000 Petitions Headed to Statehouse
You did it!
For a few weeks now, I’ve been asking for your help on an important project—delivering 40,000 petitions to House Speaker Brian Bosma and other Indiana legislators in support of the Protection of Life bill, which would protect every unborn baby at the moment of conception.
I’m thrilled to report we have enough funding to print and deliver every last petition!
Each piece of paper I drop off at the Statehouse is a pro-life voice, speaking up for the unborn babies who cannot speak for themselves.
And, with the 2020 primary election on the horizon, politicians need reminded of what’s “really important.”
Since the first filing of the Protection of Life bill, 32,120 babies have died.
In the next nine weeks, we will lose another 1,387 children to abortion.
This petition drop will be 40,000 voices booming at the Statehouse, demanding an end to the slaughter.
With Speaker Bosma hatching secret plots to kill the Protection of Life bill, it is vital he and his pals hear from the pro-life voters who put them in office!
Even though he plans to retire toward the end of the 2020 session, Bosma has a responsibility to do his job and protect babies from abortion.
I’m thankful for the opportunity to remind him of that.
I hope you will join me on January 8th as I deliver the petitions and bring the pro-life voice to the Indiana Statehouse.
Thank you so much for helping us reach our goal!
Hoosiers for Life
P.S. Thank you! Because of our supporters’ generosity, we reached our goal and are able to print and deliver 40,000 petitions supporting the Protection of Life bill to House Speaker Brian Bosma and his pals.
I hope you’ll consider joining me on January 8th as I deliver all of these petitions.
If you didn’t get the chance to pitch in for printing and delivery, you can still chip in $10 or $5 to keep Hoosiers for Life up and running for the next year!
Paid for by the supporters of Hoosiers for Life, a tax exempt non-profit organization under IRC 501(c)(4) which does not endorse, support, or oppose candidates for election.