Pro-life Day of Action - Cincinnati

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Saturday, June 25, Ohio Right to Life and Susan B. Anthony List will be hosting our first-ever Pro-life Day of Action, a day to educate our neighbors on the value of pro-life laws and the importance of voting pro-life.

A Gallup Poll released recently shows that 47 percent of Americans believe abortion is immoral, and 43 percent believe it is morally acceptable. Furthermore, the poll demonstrates that pro-life voters are more likely to base their vote in this issue.

However, since 2009, the percentage of Americans who believe abortion is morally wrong has slipped several points from a high-point of 56 percent.

How can we fix this? How can we share the truth about abortion with our neighbors? How can we move the culture back to one that stands for human life in both our political persuasions and our personal lives?

Your opportunity to make a difference is Saturday, June 25! Pro-lifers of all ages are invited to join us in a door-knocking campaign that promotes dialogue on this all-time in important issue. With the advanced strategy of our friends at Susan B. Anthony List, we will take a quick survey on how our neighbors see the pro-life issue. The campaign will last from 10 AM to 2 PM.

If you are interested in participating in a family-friendly activity that will actually move the needle on how Ohioans perceive the pro-life issue, this campaign is for you!

RSVP with the link below and look for an email with more details on the event!

WHEN
June 25, 2016 at 9:30am - 2pm
WHERE
McDonald's
7916 Montgomery Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45202
United States
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CONTACT
Michelle Ashley, Susan B. Anthony List ·
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