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The House and Senate are on the line

by | Sep 24, 2018

On April 10th of last year, Bryce Fisher (or Fish, as he prefers to be called) turned 18 years old. For his birthday, Fish registered to vote.

Sixteen months later, on August 7, 2018, he was able to cast his first votes. On the night before the election, he tweeted: “I am so excited to vote tomorrow, there’s no way I get any sleep tonight.”

The next day, he stood in line, on a sunny summer day in DeWitt, Michigan and voted for every pro-life candidate on the ballot. Fish is a single issue voter and he knows, to his core, the intrinsic value of every human life.

His enthusiasm for the cause of life is contagious, and he knows that we have to get the word out so that National Right to Life has a House and Senate we can continue to work with to defend the most vulnerable Americans.

The National Right to Life Victory Fund shares Fish’s enthusiasm and will undoubtedly work as hard as we can to make sure that Fish’s wish for a pro-life House of Representatives and pro-life Senate is fulfilled. But we must have your help.

Your donation TODAY to the National Right to Life Victory Fund will allow our winning team of political experts to use your funds in the states they are most needed.

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