The leading pro-life group in New Jersey says there is a clear demarcation for pro-life voters when it comes to selecting between pro-life Steve Lonegan and pro-abortion Cory Booker.
Two days from now, on Wednesday, October 16, there will be a Special U.S. Senate Election in New Jersey to fill the seat vacated by the death of long time pro-abortion U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg. When New jersey residents vote, New Jersey Right to Life hopes they will support Lonegan.
“The candidates’ positions on the pro-life issue couldn’t be more dramatically different. Steve Lonegan is pro-life and and Cory Booker is rabidly pro-abortion. In recent days, the polls have shown a much closer race than political pundits had originally predicted. Turnout is expected to be low which could work in our favor if all pro-life voters mobilize and show up at the polls and vote for Steve Lonegan,” the group told LifeNews.
“On Wednesday, October 16, 2013, we have an opportunity in this Special Election to elect our first pro-life U.S. Senator from NJ. You can help make this happen by voting for Steve Lonegan for U.S. Senate. Steve Lonegan has been endorsed by New Jersey Right to Life PAC.,” it said.
“Please spread this message to everyone you know and take friends and family to the polls: Please vote on Wednesday, October 16, 2013 for Steve Lonegan for U.S. Senate. Precious lives depend on it! Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.”
Cory Booker’s abortion extremism was the focus of this new video. During Friday night’s senatorial debate, pro-life Steve Lonegan called out Booker for his support for late-term abortions at the expense of taxpayers.