Oregon’s pro-life advocates faced disappointment in the 2018 election results. Measure 106, the first pro-life measure to qualify for Oregon’s ballot since 2006, lost by 29 percent. Other losses in legislative races mean that there will be a pro-abortion supermajority in the Oregon
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.
We know how important making an informed decision is and want to provide you with a few tips on how to make an informed vote when the candidate or measure is not on our pro-life voter guide. Legislative and local candidates, plus measures. The first thing you can do is to contact the
This primary election there were critically important pro-life victories as well as some painful losses. In some races, there simply were not enough pro-life voters who returned their ballots. In others, pro-life voters rose to the challenge and made the winning difference. What we can learn from
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
Unfortunately, efforts to pull the Oregon GOP away from its commitment to protecting the unborn continue. Therefore, it is critical that pro-life advocates make the hard choices necessary to stop this from happening. How does winning primary elections work? It works as long as pro-life advocates
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