Here is some good news from Life News.
In one of the largest voter registration campaigns of its kind, two leading prolife organizations are working to try to register as many as five million new pro-life voters and to get them to the polls this November.
With some pro-life groups saying the upcoming presidential election could decide the fate of legalized abortion, registering pro-lifer voters to take part in the upcoming election is crucial.
“The upcoming general election is less than 100 days away, and the Gallup polling firm (whose numbers at this point have predicted the winner in every race since 1964 except one) has Barack Obama and Mitt Romney at a tie,” says the National Right to Life Committee, one of the two groups.
“Every vote matters, and National Right to Life is excited to be participating in one of the largest voter registration projects in American history,” NRLC adds. “National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund has partnered with Focus on the Family in a project called Commit 2 Vote 2012. This project sends mailings directly to our supporters who are not yet registered to vote but whose participation in this year’s election is crucial.”
Here are the top 20 pro-life states: (the link has a full list of 50)
- South Dakota
- North Dakota
- South Carolina
The states I listed in BOLD went either for Obama in 2008 or they were decided by less than 2% of the vote. Pennsylvania is surprising – it went 55-44 for Obama and yet it is “pro-life”.