Yesterday, July 23, Rep. Raquel Moore-Green was appointed to the Oregon Legislature by the Marion County Commissioners. She filled the seat vacated by Sen. Denyc Boles, after she was chosen to replace Sen. Jackie Winters. “Sen. Winters was a tireless advocate,” says Oregon Right to Life
If you are a Precinct Committee Person (PCP), you have the power to change operations and policies of your county, state and even national party. You also can have say over your party’s policies on abortion, physician-assisted suicide and other important issues. At times, PCPs even have the power to
Every two years, the same lie that the abortion industry is uninterested in schools and school board elections rears its ugly head. Just this week, the executive director of the Oregon School Boards Association, who is currently serving on the Salem-Keizer School Board, denied that there is an
(NOTE: Find all of our endorsed candidates for school board by clicking here!) A few years ago, Oregon Right to Life discovered that Planned Parenthood staff were teaching in some classes in the Salem-Keizer School District. Then in 2017, a Planned Parenthood board member ran for a position on
Salem, OR -- Last night's election results were not entirely a surprise. While there were some disappointing losses, pro-life advocates won in multiple races across the state, holding most pro-life seats in the Legislature. A number of pro-life candidates who ran for the first time were successful.
Oregon Right to Life PAC has proudly endorsed Jack Zika for House District 53. House District 53, which covers an area from Sunriver to Redmond, is currently being served by retiring State Representative Gene Whisnant. Rep. Whisnant has been a faithful pro-life legislator in this district for
Salem, OR -- Last night, over 85% of Oregon Right to Life PAC's recommended or endorsed candidates in competitive elections won or advanced to the November election. This included former ORTL political director Colm Willis in his race for Marion County Commissioner, position 2. Patti Adair also
There has been a lot of tough news for Oregon pro-life advocates lately. House Bill 3391 became law last year, forcing insurance companies to cover abortions and expanding taxpayer funding of late-term abortions. This year, the legislature passed House Bill 4135, putting some Oregonians at risk of
Oregon Right to Life surveyed 500 likely Oregon general election voters over January 28-29, 2018. The results of the statewide poll show 70% opposition to late-term abortions. Only 36% of Democrats still support late-term abortions. The 2018 legislative short session began on February 5th.