■ ELECTIONS

THERE’S MORE AT STAKE THAN JUST A ‘PUBLIC OFFICE’

Elections have consequences regarding the sanctity of human life, and being ‘politically involved’ is not only necessary but critical. PHL-BCC ‘lobbies for political change and legislation that recognizes the dignity all human life,’ without regard to party affiliation or personal ideology. Our litmus test for candidates and elected officials is based on where they stand on the issue of abortion and the legal protection of pre-born children, end-of-life concerns such as euthanasia and doctor assisted suicide, and their overall voting record.

Once again there is a stark contrast between where the candidates stand on abortion and other right-to-life issues, yet they are rarely discussed or highlighted during the debates (read the 10 questions a pro-choice candidate is never asked…). While we do not directly endorse a party candidate we make an effort to provide, or provide access to information on their voting records as they pertain to right-to-life issues.

Our goal is to help concerned voters stay informed and we hope the resources below will prove useful to the Pro-Life community. Please remember to please cast your vote as if a life is depending on it!

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►ELECTION 2016 TOPICS

__-PENNSYLVANIA PRO-LIFE VOTER GUIDE AVAILABLE ONLINE!   CLICK HERE

__-National Right to Life News: ‘How can you be pro-life but not vote pro-life?’  CLICK HERE

__-First Lady of the Pro-Life Movement Said ‘Trump Shared Her Values’  CLICK HERE

__-Trump-Pence Reaffirm Commitment To Appointing Strict Constructionists To Supreme Court,
       Defending Hyde Amendment, and Protecting Religious Liberty  CLICK HERE

__- Just How Extreme is Hillary Clinton on Abortion?  CLICK HERE

__LifeNews: Donald Trump Reiterates Pledge to Support Pro-Life Judges  CLICK HERE

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- LifeNews: How Can Hillary Clinton Call Anyone “Deplorable” When She Supports Abortion Up to Birth?
       by Marjorie Dannenfelser  CLICK HERE

 

►ELECTION PRAYER: Please pray each day for the sanctity of Life during this election cycle…
“Come Holy Spirit. Enlighten all voters that they will know that abortion, euthanasia, and embryonic stem cell research are intrinsic evils that cannot be put on the same level as social or economic policies, which can be debated and approached in many ways. Make all voters realize that voting for a candidate, who supports such intrinsic evils, makes one an accomplice in the killings that result from the candidate’s actions if elected. Help us elect a president and lawmakers who have an awesome respect for the Sanctity of Human Life and are willing to stand up for life and preserve our Religious Liberty as guaranteed in the First Amendment. Through Our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.”

►GENERAL ELECTION INFORMATION: General Election is Thurssday, November 3rd. Do you know where the candidates stand on life issues? Many important seats are hanging in the balance and it is critical to make an informed decision at the polls. You can find state candidate info HERE & General Election information HERE.

VIEW THE PENNSYLVANIA PRO-LIFE FEDERATION VOTER’S GUIDE-CLICK HEREPLEASE NOTE THAT YOU CAN ALSO FIND THE PRINTED VOTER GUIDE IN THE BUILDING ENTRANCE AT ‘647 THIRD STREET IN DOWNTOWN BEAVER.’

►PA Pro-Life Online News October Article: ‘Fall 2014 Election: A Study in Contrasts’  READ HERE

►FOR THE CATHOLIC VOTER (we will add additional resources when available):
..-Pennsylvania Catholic Conference Voter Info

..-Voter’s Guide for Serious Catholics
..-A Brief Catechism for Catholic Voters
..-Article: Bishop’s Office Uses Obama Backer to Instruct Catholic Voting

►View the Presidential Records On Life by clicking on a thumbnail below
            

Our Vote Pro-Life tee (pictured below) will eventually be available via our Get Merchandise page, but for now you find them at Life Chain.
 

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