Make your vote count!

Why do I need to Vote Pro-Life?

There is a concerted campaign to legalise abortion in Northern Ireland. Pro-abortion organisations like AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL and BPAS (British Pregnancy Advisory Service) are conspiring with politicians – both here and in Westminster – to change our pro-life laws and legalise the killing of unborn children, right up to the moment of birth!

Northern Ireland is the only part of the UK and Ireland where unborn children are still protected in law. But with the political stalemate in the Stormont Assembly, MPs in Westminster are undermining the democratic process by trying to force abortion on Northern Ireland against the wishes of the people.

While Councils in Northern Ireland have no direct power over abortion laws, local Councils are now being used to support motions calling for the legalisation of abortion up to birth. In 2018, Sinn Féin, SDLP, Alliance, and Green Party members of Belfast and Derry City Councils voted in support of abortion motions.

Abortion groups are also urging Councils to create “censorship zones” which would criminalise pro-life groups praying, or offering help to women, outside abortion referral agencies. On Thursday 2nd May 2019, vote for pro-life candidates to show that you want unborn babies and their mothers to remain protected from abortion.

Make your vote count for unborn babies

Please make full use of the ‘Transferable Vote’ system to elect only pro-life Councillors. On your ballot paper, mark number 1 beside the pro-life candidate of your choice. Remember to continue on for as long as you like along the ballot paper, marking 2, 3, 4, 5, etc, beside other pro-life candidates in order of your preference.
But DO NOT mark any number beside a pro-abortion candidate!

 What are the Political Parties’ views on abortion?

Alliance Party: The Party has no policy on protecting unborn babies. All their Members in the NI Assembly voted to legalise the killing of unborn babies. In 2018, Alliance Party members signed a letter with pro-abortion Westminster MPs calling for the legalised killing of unborn babies to be forced on Northern Ireland. Telephone 028 9032 4274 or Email alliance@allianceparty.org


Aontú: The Party says “Aontú is 100% pro-life...” and “...seeks to protect the right to life of every individual human being at all stages of their lives...All Aontú elected representatives will be tasked with protecting the law as it stands in the North of Ireland.”
Telephone 00353 87 2707985 / Email peadartoibin@gmail.com


DUP (Democratic Unionist Party): The DUP say it is a pro-life party and “...will continue to promote the dignity and sanctity of all human life and affirm that the unborn child has a fundamental right to life.”
Telephone 028 9065 4479 / Email leereynolds@dup.org.uk


Green Party: The Party support the introduction of abortion-on-demand, right up to the moment of birth. They also want to set up “censorship zones” to ban pro-life groups offering help to women outside abortion referral agencies. Green Party members also work alongside pro-abortion activist groups.
Telephone 028 9145 9110 / Email info@greenpartyni.org


People Before Profit:The Party support the introduction of abortion-on-demand, right up to the moment of birth. Party members also work alongside pro-abortion activist groups.
Telephone 028 9023 1628 / Email info@pbp.ie


SDLP (Social Democratic and Labour Party): The Party voted to drop its long standing pro-life policy in 2018 and now has no policy on protecting unborn babies. Also in 2018, Party Leader Colum Eastwood and Claire Hanna MLA signed a letter with pro-abortion Westminster MPs calling for the legalised killing of unborn babies to be forced on Northern Ireland. Contact the Party for individual candidates’ views on abortion.
Telephone 028 9052 1282 / Email info@sdlp.ie


Sinn Féin: The Party supports abortion for any reason, right up to the moment of birth. In July 2018, Party Leaders Mary Lou McDonald and Michelle O’Neill signed a letter with pro‑abortion Westminster MPs calling for the legalised killing of unborn babies to be forced on Northern Ireland. Their Campaign slogan after the Referendum to legalise abortion in the Republic of Ireland was “The North is Next.”
Telephone 028 9034 7350 / Email admin@sinnfein.ie


TUV (Traditional Unionist Voice): The TUV say the Party is “solidly pro-life”
and will continue to oppose any weakening of our pro-life laws.
Telephone 028 9052 1461 / Email samuel.morrison@party.niassembly.gov.uk


UUP (Ulster Unionist Party): The Party has no policy on protecting unborn babies. Some of their members are pro-life but some are pro-abortion.
Contact the Party for individual candidates’ views on abortion.
Telephone 028 9047 4630 / Email uup@uup.org


Other Parties & Independents: For information on other Parties’ or Independent Politicians’ views on abortion, please contact Precious Life - 028 9027 8484

What must I do?

Before you vote on 2nd May, contact the candidates in your constituency and ask them where they stand on the abortion issue. If a candidate cannot promise to protect the right to life of unborn children in all circumstances, they cannot be considered a suitable candidate for public office – no matter how appealing their other policies may be. If a candidate is unwilling to protect the life of a little unborn baby, how can they respect your value and dignity as a human being? 

REMEMBER! - without the right to life, all other rights are meaningless

There are many ways to contact your candidates. Some of the most commonly used methods are: phone; email; sending letters; Facebook; Twitter; visiting their Constituency Office.

For the candidates contact details, see the inside page - “What are the Political Parties’ views on abortion?” or telephone Precious Life on 028 9027 8484 for further details. You can also help the “VOTE Pro-Life”Campaign by distributing more leaflets to your family, friends, church, and community. Contact Precious Life to request more leaflets.

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