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Special Election Issue has arrived in your email box. Please read and share

by | Oct 30, 2020

By Dave Andrusko

Around 9:30 this morning, EST, the Election Edition of National Right to Life News landed in your email inbox. If ever there was an issue to read and to share, this qualifies.

Certainly you don’t need me to remind you of what is already foremost in your mind. While many millions have already voted, many more millions (like me) will cast their ballot in person on November 3rd.

Of course this special edition is packed with stories and commentaries and editorials about the fateful battle between pro-life Donald Trump and pro-abortion former  Vice President Joe Biden. Everything—for all practical purposes, the entire Media Complex, Silicon Valley, Hollywood, millionaire celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey and billionaires financiers such as George Soros—is working to elect Mr. Biden, a man so tone-deaf he has the chutzpah to have as a campaign slogan, “We’re in a battle for the soul of America.”

But that will make a second term for President Trump all the sweeter.

Campaign coverage begins on page one with a succinct summary of what the Trump Administration has undertaken to advance the cause of life at home and abroad. On page 11, you’ll find a one-page compare and contrast summary. Between the two, no one could be confused about which candidate represents the party of life and which candidate represents the party of death.

You will find additional election-related news on pages 2-5,7-9, 13-16, 20, 25, 32-33, and 37.

Of course, we pay much attention to the elevation of Judge [now Justice] Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Not since Richard Nixon has any President appointed three justices to the Supreme Court in his first term. President Trump has matched that: Justices Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, and Barrett. 

She is a stupendously qualified justice (see pages 1,2, 10, 22, and 31). Well done, Mr. President!

But we also bring you heart-warming stories, such  Samantha Sommerville’s. She was told her preborn baby had spina bifida and was  encouraged—at every appointment—to abort. She chose life over death and she delivered her baby girl during the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic (page 6).

Then there are identical twins, Finn and Zack Bishop. They were born at 28 weeks, exactly one day after doctors advised their parents to abort (page 12).

Elsewhere you will read accounts of two big pro-life wins in federal courts (pages 17 and 19).

And naturally we have stories about the inspirational work of women-helping centers (see pages 21 &23).

There is much, much more in the 40-page NRL News digital Election Issue. Please read as much as you can, as soon as you can, and pass the contents along to pro-life family and friends.

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