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.
Oregon Right to Life PAC is proud to renew its endorsement of State Representative E. Werner Reschke (HD - 56) for the 2018 election cycle. Rep. Reschke first ran for office in 2016 and has since been a major champion for pro-life legislation in Salem. During the 2018 legislative session, Rep.
Oregon Right to Life PAC has proudly endorsed Shelly Boshart Davis for House District 15. Davis is running as a Republican to replace retiring State Representative Andy Olson, who has been a faithful pro-life legislator for years. Davis is an outstanding candidate to replace Rep. Olson. Shelly
Salem, OR-- February 27th, House Bill 4135 passed the Oregon Senate (17-12). While the stated intent of the bill's authors was to update the advance directive, it also paves the way for healthcare representatives to remove access to food and water for vulnerable Oregonians with dementia and
Oregon Right to Life PAC has endorsed Greg Wooldridge for Governor! There are a variety of candidates running to oppose the most extreme pro-abortion governor in the country, Kate Brown. Our PAC has endorsed the one candidate who will be the strongest challenger. Greg is a committed pro-life
Oregon Right to Life PAC has proudly endorsed Teri Grier for House District 9. Teri first ran for the legislature in 2016, nearly ousting pro-abortion incumbent Rep. Caddy McKeown despite limited campaign resources. Teri is an outspoken pro-life champion and is running once again for this house
Oregon Right to Life PAC has proudly re-endorsed Representative Bill Post (R-25) for the 2018 primary election. Since elected in 2014, Rep. Post has been an outspoken champion for the unborn in the capitol. This past legislative session, Rep. Post was a co-sponsor on both late-term unborn
Last November, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) issued a memo detailing its significant financial problems. The most troubling revelation was that OHA violated federal law by using $1.8 million of federal funds to pay for abortions. The Hyde Amendment, which has been federal law for the last 40
At the end of October, Republican delegates from across Oregon met in Bend to update the Oregon Republican Party (ORP) Platform. This document is critical because it explains the pro-life position of the only major party in Oregon that takes a stand in defense of life from conception to natural