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All or Nothing ProLife Votes

By | In the News | No Comments

NHRTL PAC doesn’t score candidates or legislators on a gradient. They are either 100% or not. The following House Members voted according to the NHRTL PAC Position on bills this last term 100%. They deserve your support. “Our endorsement process was not fully implemented this year and for that, I apologize,” Darlene Pawlik, volunteer for the PAC. Please offer your…

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Endorsed Candidates 2016

By | 2016 Endorsements, Press Releases | No Comments

NHRTL PAC has a strict endorsement process. Our Purpose is to promote Pro-life candidates. Our hope is that those elected to office will protect the right to life for everyone as the paramount issue. We send surveys to all registered candidates. They have an opportunity to receive our baseline Policy Manual. The manual addresses issues that legislators will face that pertain…

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A Poignant Letter by a Former State Representative

By | Opinion | One Comment

Over ten years ago, when I sat on the House Judiciary Committee as a Representative from Dover, I would cringe when the Director of Planned Parenthood of Northern New England stated, with a straight face, that money they received from the state went to the women’s health side of Planned Parenthood but not to providing abortion services.  I believed I…

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Tragic Trigger

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I am on social media daily.  This past week was a difficult week. Friends were posting about the couple that beat their precious three year old son to death over a period of three days because he refused his breakfast.  The pictures recovered from the home, depicting holes in the wall where his head struck having been punched while hung…

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What Is At Stake

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Votes matter, but they are slow and often deceptive.   A person may convince us that they are in line with our core principles, only to cave when there is social pressure.   The politics of access is a dangerous thing.  Aligning with a person or group because they are in a position of power is never a good place…

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Disqualified

By | Opinion | No Comments

There are some really great candidates in NH this year! Please check out our Endorsed Candidates list. Some candidates are disqualified to receive my vote. There are hurdles to overcome in every campaign. This is a given, but most people think in terms of raising money and gathering supporters.  Their concept is more about popularity than principles. Obviously, this is…

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Smoke & Mirrors

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Holy Smokes! We are constantly hearing about candidates who claim to be ProLife. Some have voting records that we can check, but sometimes that can be tricky too. For example; there could be a bill that proposed to protect babies from abortion, but someone introduced exceptions for fetal anomaly. If the legislator voted against it because of the exception clause,…

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Happy Birthday!

By | In the News, Press Releases | No Comments

A couple of weeks ago the Delegates to the New Hampshire Republican Convention voted in an amendment that surprised some people. – Walt Stapleton’s excellent amendment to strengthen the Family PASSED, including, – Improving the first sentence about life by adding “pre-born” (instead of “unborn”), and adding “personhood” for the first time, in the underlined words, “Support the pre-born [as…

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ProLife Advocacy Members Trust Who?

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Advocacy Groups exist to be the eyes and ears of their members. Members trust them to uphold their stated goals. People are working hard to make ends meet and give their hard earned money to support the Advocacy Groups they believe will actually do what they say, whether that is to keep them informed about legislation and policy or feed…

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