How Can You Help Ensure Every Pro-Life Vote is Counted?

  • Pray.  As far back as 1997, prayer has undergirded the long effort to turn back the pro-abortion rulings in Planned Parenthood v Sundquist.  Prayer will sustain and guide pro-life leaders and lawyers as we seek to faithfully defend life, abortion-vulnerable families and the unborn in the weeks and months ahead.

  • Contribute.  Yes on 1 still carries debt from the final weeks of the 2014 campaign. With a 53% - 47% victory, it was critical to move undecided voters through strengthened media buys which closed the race in our favor.  Now, it will be costly to defend the unique interests of Yes on 1, Tennessee Right to Life and pro-life voters in the ongoing legal assault being brought by Planned Parenthood.

  • Stay Informed.  Please join the Facebook and Twitter accounts of Tennessee Right to Life and YES on 1.  Some events will move quickly and the best means of staying up-to-date, sharing the information, and taking needed action is through social media.

  • Invite a Speaker.  Tennessee Right to Life has an updated presentation that can be tailored to your group, class or church.  Time frame can be as little as 10 minutes or up to an hour with a question and answer session.  Email [email protected] for more information.

  • Write a Letter to the Editor.  Talking points are available from Right to Life and using your pen to be a voice for the unborn helps to educate and influence others.  Just be sure your facts are accurate and up-to-date.

Please remember that the legal defense of existing pro-life policies such as informed consent and 48 hour waiting period for women and girls considering abortion, as well as requirements that abortion facilities be inspected and licensed with hospital admitting privileges for those performing abortions are at stake.  So is our ability to enact and enforce additional safeguards for the health and safety of women, girls and unborn children.

Click here for the full update on how Tennessee Right to Life responded to last week's court rulings.