In the midst of these uncertain times, the fight for life persists! We at Ohio Right to Life have been hard at work, tirelessly advocating for the protection of the most vulnerable in our society. Check out this week’s Pro-Life Update!
Last Day to Register to Vote!
Did you know that today is the last day you can register to vote? Monday, October 5th is the deadline to register to vote in Ohio. Whether you are voting by absentee ballot, early voting, or in person on election day, you must be registered to cast your vote. Registering to vote is simple and only takes a few minutes, but the impact it could have for Life both in our state and on the national level is great.
To register to vote or to check your voter registration click here.
It is imperative that Pro-Life Ohio shows up to the polls registered and ready to vote pro-life first! This election is shaping up to be the most important of our lives. Without your strong pro-life voice the lives of countless more innocent unborn babies are at risk of being lost to abortion.
It’s our time to vote, and early voting starts on Tuesday. Make sure you are registered today!
Ohio Right to Life Distributes 1,000+ Pro-Life Yard Signs
As the 2020 election rapidly approaches, Ohio Right to Life is hitting the road with over 1,000 yard signs urging Ohio to vote pro-life first. These signs, already in high demand, will be distributed through our grassroots network of local chapters and affiliates and demonstrate Ohio’s strong commitment to voting pro-life first in the upcoming election.
With Ohio on the brink of arguably the most critical election our movement has ever seen, it is more important than ever that we make our pro-life voices heard. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of Pro-Life Ohio, our signs will be popping up in yards all across Ohio with the clear message: Ohio votes pro-life!
Abortions in Ohio Decrease in 2019
On Thursday, Ohio’s Induced Abortion report was released by the Ohio Department of Health. The report revealed a decrease in the number of reported abortions last year. According to the report, abortions decreased by 323, which is a two percent decrease from 2018. From 2001 to 2019, the annual decline averaged approximately 960 abortions per year.
Thanks to the compassion and conviction of Pro-Life Ohio, Ohio’s culture of life continues to advance. We will continue working tirelessly to advocate on behalf of vulnerable women and defenseless unborn babies until Ohio’s abortion report reads “zero.”
Founded in 1967, Ohio Right to Life, with more than 40 chapters and local affiliates, is Ohio's oldest and largest grassroots pro-life organization. Recognized as the flagship of the pro-life movement in Ohio, ORTL works through legislation and education to promote and defend innocent human life from conception to natural death.