Wisconsin Right to Life Unveils New Recall Election Website with Videos Exposing Barrett’s Blatant Disregard for Life
“While in the state legislature and in Congress, Barrett had one of the worst right-to-life voting records we have ever seen,” said Armacost.
Wisconsin Right to Life PAC (WRTL/PAC) unveiled its state-of-the-art recall election website, Wisconsin Right to Life Election Center. The website includes comprehensive information about all of the candidates running for Governor, Lt. Governor and the four State Senate races in contention on June 5.
“Our election website is truly THE place for right-to-life voters to come to find out where the candidates stand on issues affecting the sanctity of human life and which candidates the Wisconsin Right to Life PAC has endorsed in these very important elections,” said Susan Armacost, WRTL/PAC Director. “While collective bargaining and public employee benefits may have ignited the flurry of recall elections in our state, the fact is that each of the targeted public officials are strong right-to-life supporters and their opponents are pro-abortion to the core. The stakes for unborn children in these recall elections are extremely high. The Wisconsin Right to Life Election Center will be very helpful to the tens of thousands of right-to-life supporters who will head to the polls on June 5.”
The WRTL/PAC has endorsed Governor Scott Walker who leads by six, Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, Senators Scott Fitzgerald, Van Wanggaard and Terry Moulton and Representative Jerry Petrowski.
The website includes dramatic videos exposing the deplorable record of Tom Barrett on issues affecting the sanctity of human life. “While in the state legislature and in Congress, Barrett had one of the worst right-to-life voting records we have ever seen,” said Armacost. “These videos will be a real eye-opener to voters in Wisconsin when they are presented with the facts about Tom Barrett’s blatant disregard for human life.”
The Wisconsin Right to Life Election Center can be accessed by clicking here.
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