Thursday, January 22, 2009

New strategies for the pro-life movement

A good article with a lot of practical tips. An excerpt:

Tip O'Neill's old argument that "all politics is local" may seem clichéd, but it is vital to the future of the pro-life movement.

First, we should treat every election like a presidential election. If pro-life voters were to show up to the polls for every election, as they already do for the presidential races, we could have a huge impact on the number of pro-life delegates, state senators, and U.S. representatives. These positions are often stepping stones to higher offices, like governor and U.S. senator.

Read the rest here.

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