SNAP "VOTE PRO-LIFE" CAMPAIGN
Since the collapse of Stormont, the snap election led us to launch a major "Vote Pro-Life" campaign. This campaign was one of our most intensive ever, bringing us the length and breadth of the six counties and eighteen assembly constituencies of Northern Ireland.
Our campaign was launched with a meeting in the Holiday Inn, Belfast on 31st January 2017, bringing people from all over Belfast and beyond. This meeting led to a demand for more meetings around the country with hundreds of people travelling to hear about the "Vote Pro-Life" message. We want to thank these committed people who were motivated to distribute tens of thousands of our campaign leaflets, endlessly going door to door by day and by night and church to church every weekend in order to encourage the electorate of Northern Ireland to "Vote Pro-Life".
Our campaign message was also advertised on social media and by all the major newspapers.
In the last week coming up to the election, we brought massive "Vote Pro-Life" banners into rush hour traffic on major bridges across Northern Ireland.
Furthermore we had hundreds of election posters printed exposing the pro-abortion parties including Sinn Féin, Alliance, People Before Profit and the Green Party.
Our volunteers were in the campaign headquarters keeping our social media and website updated, researching and contacting all the election candidates, exposing those who are for abortion, and informing the NI electorate of those candidates who have assured us they will protect all unborn children.
We contacted - and encouraged the public to lobby - all the candidates standing in the election to ask them for a "pro-life promise" to defend the right to life of all unborn children.
Every border was covered from Fermanagh and South Tyrone, Derry and Newry right back to Belfast in an effort to fight for the lives of beautiful unborn babies, the voiceless future citizens and government of Northern Ireland.
We ask you to continue to pray that we will win this battle in protecting Northern Ireland's special needs unborn children.