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About The National right to life Political Action Committee
The National Right to Life Political Action Committee (NRL PAC) is by far the
most effective single-issue pro-life political action committee in the
country. Realizing that the only way to win the battle and restore legal
protection to innocent human lives was to elect pro-life men and women
to office, National Right to Life created the National Right to Life
Political Action Committee in 1979. NRL PAC has been involved in every
federal election since Ronald Reagan’s victory over Jimmy Carter in
1980, and has a proven record of success.
NRL PAC‘s charge is straightforward: to actively support electable candidates for federal office who will work to further the goals of the right-to-life movement, focusing on the most competitive races in the nation. In 2014, 90% of the 287 federal candidates endorsed by National Right to Life won their elections. Of those 287, NRL PAC and NRL Victory Fund focused on 74 of the most competitive federal races. Despite being vastly outspent by pro-abortion groups, 76% of the 74 candidates supported by National Right to Life won.
National Right to Life, its political entities, and its state affiliates
worked hard to expose the stark differences between the candidates on
life issues, including candidates’ positions on the Pain-Capable Unborn
Child Protection Act, the use of tax dollars to pay for abortion, and
the pro-abortion, pro-rationing Obamacare law. National Right to Life
and its political entities contacted more than 3.3 million identified
pro-life households, hand-distributed an additional 1.3 million pieces
of literature among the 3,000 local chapters, called more than 1.5
million pro-life households, and aired 33,000 radio ads on more than
1,200 radio stations nationwide, including ads on Spanish-language radio
In 2016, whatever happens in the presidential race, the struggle for majority control of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives will have sweeping implications for the future of the pro-life movement. The loss of the pro-life Republican majorities would be devastating to life issues.
The 2016 Senate elections will be tough. Twenty-four Republican seats
are up compared to only ten Democrat seats. Democrats only need a net
gain of five, or a net gain of four if they win the White House (in
which case the Vice President would cast tie-breaker votes), to have a
majority. Overall, Democrats need a net gain of 30 seats to take
pro-abortion control of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Paid for by National Right to Life PAC.
Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.
Right to Life Political Action Committee
512- 10th Street NW
Washington, DC 20004
National Right to Life is the nation's largest pro-life organization, with 50 state affiliates and approximately 3,000 local affiliates nationwide. NRL works through legislation, education and political action to protect those threatened by abortion, infanticide, euthanasia, and assisted suicide.