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Right to Life organizations, pro-life educational foundations, and other pro-life advocates inform, educate and offer whatever assistance is needed to encourage pregnant women to choose life for their babies, and to encourage respect for life from conception to natual death. Right to Life groups lobby effectively for life-saving legislation.
The Kentucky Right to Life Political Action Committee (PAC) was formed to identify pro-life candidates and work to elect them. Electing lawmakers who are willing to protect innocent human life and to stand against euthanasia is crucial to our success.
One of the most important roles that the KRLA PAC plays is to educate voters about candidates seeking elective office. The KRLA PAC takes this role seriously.
We have been asked how to get "endorsed" in the KRLA PAC Alert. First, the candidate must respond to all the questions on the survey with pro-life answers. Then, after reviewing a candidate’s answers to our questionnaire, we check the public record that is on the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance. This tells us if a candidate has given financial support to pro-abortion politicians in the past. It also tells us if a candidate has been successful in raising funds to finance his or her campaign.
We also look for any information supplied by the candidate on websites or social media to view their professional experience, public comments or stated goals. If the KRLA PAC is to achieve its goal of electing pro-life candidates, we must find those who are the most likely to succeed.
We seldom endorse more than one candidate in a race, except in those rare instances that the candidates seem equally qualified. No Political Action Committee can possibly know everything there is to know about every candidate. The KRLA PAC welcomes timely input from pro-life members regarding statements and/or actions of political office-holders or candidates. The PAC ALERT that is posted for each election cycle is the end-result of our analysis of the information we have carefully researched. The sole reason for the existence of the KRLA PAC is firstly, to identify which candidates are pro-life, and secondly, to identify that pro-life candidate who is most likely to succeed at winning office. Any pro-life member willing to help in this effort is welcome.
You are EMPOWERED because you live in a republic where YOUR VOTE COUNTS and you have FREEDOM OF SPEECH. Contact your legislators when you have something to say!
To contribute to the KRLA PAC, please write a check to: KRLA PAC
and mail it to KRLA PAC, 134 Breckinridge Lane, Louisville, KY 40207.
VOTING & ELECTIONS
- Vote in person if at all possible.
- If you vote absentee, carefully complete the ballot. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
- Do not mail your ballot— hand-deliver it.
- Speak out for a constitutional election.
- Do not mark your ballot as a straight-party, i.e, Republican. Mark each candidate you are voting for. Some election fraud is possible with straight-party ballot votes.
A wonderful example of a pro-life candidate video
Help ensure a free and fair election in Jefferson County! If you or someone you know would be interested in working the polls in November to ensure that we can have in-person voting, click here. Fill out the sign-up sheet, and a representative of JCRP will be in touch with you soon regarding the next steps. KRLA Pac Chairman Dave says, "If we can interest enough members to volunteer, we may be able to get back to in-person voting for the general election in November."
BREAKING: Check out our new Poll Worker Volunteer Portal. Now it's as easy to volunteer to serve your community and give a helping hand to democracy as it is to request an absentee ballot. If you want in-person voting, visit https://t.co/5GtfLL6TOB and be part of the solution.— KY Sec. of State Michael Adams (@KYSecState) August 11, 2020