Unless you’re one of the estimated 20 million Americans who have participated in early voting, tomorrow (November 6) is the big day. If you are eligible to vote, Secular Pro-Life encourages you to research your candidates and cast an informed vote. Voters in Alabama, Oregon, and West Virginia will also have an opportunity to vote on abortion-related ballot measures.
Secular Pro-Life is a 501(c)(3), which means we cannot endorse candidates. (Even before we obtained 501(c)(3) status, we refrained from political endorsements for various reasons; long story short, it’s not our wheelhouse.) However, we can share information and advocate on issues.
In particular, we feel it’s important to note that anti-abortion legislation has a proven track record. Abortion advocates sometimes claim that pro-life laws don’t actually prevent abortions, in an effort to demoralize us, but the more honest among them acknowledge that pro-life laws do work. Research has established the efficacy of informed consent, parental consent, and other common abortion limits. A single pro-life law—the Hyde Amendment, a limitation on federal funding of abortion first established in 1976 and renewed as a budget rider every year since—has saved the lives of more than two million Americans.
- Democrats for Life of America
- National Right to Life PAC
- Susan B. Anthony List
Those who are the most impacted by abortion are too young to vote. Remember them as you cast your ballot.