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Your Vote for Life Will Matter in 2024

by | Jan 9, 2024

By National Right to Life Political Department

We are less than a week away from the Iowa Caucuses where the first votes will be cast in the 2024 presidential election! If you live in Iowa, do not miss this opportunity to make your voice heard.

Iowa Caucus information for Republicans: https://www.iowagop.org/2024_caucus_locations

Iowa Caucus information for Democrats: https://iowademocrats.org/caucus/

If you do not live in Iowa, use this occasion as an opportunity to make sure you and your pro-life friends and family are registered to vote.

Register to vote or update your voter registration: www.vote.gov.

If you moved recently, you may need to update your voter registration. You might now live in a battleground state or a swing district where your pro-life vote will be extremely important. Updating your registration to reflect your current address is especially important if your state votes primarily by mail.

If you already know that you will be traveling domestically or internationally on Election Day, mark down on your calendar the deadlines for requesting and submitting an absentee ballot in your state.

Those who will be 18 years old by Election Day (November 5, 2024), are eligible to vote in the general election. You are no longer the future of the pro-life movement; you ARE the pro-life movement. And your votes can make a huge difference!

Being engaged in the political process remains crucial to our efforts to protect human life. Without pro-life lawmakers in office, we cannot pass the legislation needed to safeguard unborn babies and their mothers from unlimited abortion. Without your votes, we cannot beat back pro-abortion ballot measures, or pass pro-life ones.

A prime example of how every vote truly does count comes to us from Iowa, fittingly. In 2020, Mariannette Miller-Meeks, a pro-life Republican, defeated a pro-abortion incumbent Democrat by just 6 votes!

If you never made a New Year’s resolution for 2024 (or already abandoned one), here’s an idea: Challenge yourself to register at least one other pro-life person to vote this year. If you are really feeling ambitious, you can coordinate a voter registration drive at your church or in your school.

America needs leaders who will be champions for defenseless unborn children as well as their mothers who need support and care. As a new presidential election commences, let us recommit ourselves to electing leaders who will stand up for life.

Categories: Politics