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November 7, 2014

ATLANTA- Following weeks of targeted effort to inform and motivate pro-life voters in Georgia, the Georgia Life Alliance Committee is proud to congratulate Governor Nathan Deal and Senator-elect David Perdue on their victories in Tuesday’s election.

Through its network of staff and volunteers in the state, Georgia Life Alliance Committee distributed over 100,000 voter guides regarding the issue of Life and in relation to the U.S. Senate race.  In addition, Georgia Life Alliance Committee purchased numerous radio ads on key stations and targeted social media advertising, and generated 150,000 phone calls to inform Georgia voters on the issue of Life in this mid-term election.

“It was our honor to endorse David Perdue and Governor Nathan Deal in their respective races,” said Emily Matson, Executive Director of Georgia Life Alliance.

“Governor Deal has been and will continue to be a tireless advocate for protecting innocent unborn life.  We further appreciate David Perdue’s vocal and repeated commitment to protect the unborn and we look forward to developing that relationship with him as he serves in the U.S. Senate.”

Georgia Life Alliance also wishes to thank National Right to Life Committee for partnering in the voter guide distribution as well as committing, from a national level, to promote pro-life candidates in Georgia.

“We believe our modest efforts in this election, the fervent commitment of pro-life voters, and the willingness of our Georgia statesmen to stand for life demonstrate that Georgia is makings strides toward a thorough and genuine culture of life in this great State.”

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National Right to Life Get-Out-The-Vote Campaign Helps Georgia Victory

WASHINGTON – With strong support from the National Right to Life Political Action Committee and the National Right to Life Victory Fund, the right-to-life movement retained a pro-life seat as pro-life David Perdue defeated Michelle Nunn in Georgia tonight in the race to fill the seat vacated by retiring pro-life Sen. Saxby Chambliss. National Right to Life, together with its affiliate, Georgia Life Alliance, reached out to voters across the state to lay out the right-to-life case against Michelle Nunn.

National Right to Life contacted more than 280,000 identified pro-life households in Georgia.
An additional 220,000 pieces of literature were hand-distributed by National Right to Life and Georgia Life Alliance local grassroots volunteers. In addition, nearly 100,000 pro-life households were called reminding them of the key differences between Perdue and Nunn. National Right to Life’s political committees also aired 4,105 radio ads on 170 stations statewide, including a significant ad buy on Spanish-language radio stations.

“National Right to Life looks forward to working with Senator-elect Perdue to advance the right-to-life cause in the U.S. Senate,”said Carol Tobias, National Right to Life president. “We know that when pro-life voters are engaged in the political process, pro-life candidates enjoy a significant advantage over their pro-abortion opponents. That held true in Georgia tonight.”

About National Right to Life
Founded in 1968, the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC), the federation of 50 state right-to-life affiliates and more than 3,000 local chapters, is the nation’s oldest and largest grassroots pro-life organization. Recognized as the flagship of the pro-life movement, NRLC works through legislation and education to protect innocent human life from abortion, infanticide, assisted suicide and euthanasia.

Involved in every election since Ronald Reagan’s election to the presidency, National Right to Life Political Action Committee was formed in 1979 as the political arm of National Right to Life. The National Right to Life Victory Fund, an independent expenditure political action committee founded in 2012, is dedicated to electing pro-life leaders to the White House and Congress.

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Georgia Life Alliance Committee Endorses Nathan Deal for Governor

October 31, 2014

ATLANTA- The Georgia Life Alliance Committee announced its official endorsement on Friday for Governor Nathan Deal. The Georgia Life Alliance is the official state affiliate of National Right to Life.

“Governor Nathan Deal has been a champion for Georgia’s pro-life values,” said Executive Director Emily Matson. “His pro-life and pro-family positions have been clear and because of him, efforts to protect the unborn have been prioritized in the state legislature.”

Unlike Governor Deal, State Senator Jason Carter, has been clear on his pro-choice stance.

“Jason Carter fails to recognize the value of life, claiming that pro-family values aren’t ‘consistent with Christianity’,” Matson said.

The Georgia Life Alliance Committee thanks Governor Deal for taking a stand for the unborn.