“We have waited half a century for this opportunity,” said Students For Life America (SFLA) President Kristan Hawkins. “It’s absolutely vital that the U.S. Senate vote to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court, and, as we continue to travel across the country in–person and virtually, we are activating a new generation of single-issue voters on the human rights struggle of our day – abortion.”
Students for Life of America (SFLA) announced a 10-state #Justice4Life Tour this week calling on U.S. Senators to confirm Amy Coney Barrett for the U.S. Supreme Court and to urge voters to #VotePro-LifeFirst in this pivotal election.
The national tour has stops in West Virginia, Alaska, Minnesota, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Florida, Texas, Colorado and Arizona. #Justice4Life tour stops coincide with Students for Life Action’s (SFLAction) Activism Weekends, where students and volunteers will canvas to urge voters to #VoteProLifeFirst. With a Supreme Court vacancy in play, the importance of strong pro-life leaders in the White House, Senate, and House has never been clearer – which makes the need for voters to #VoteProLifeFirst even more urgent this Election.
“The importance of judicial vacancies has been a reason to vote Pro-Life First since 1973, making this moment in time critical to the future of our nation,” said SFLA and SFLAction President Kristan Hawkins. “The confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett offers a rare opportunity to put a Justice who will respect lif
Details on the events, most of which are set for Friday:
Alaska: Event Monday
Arizona: Event Friday
Colorado: Event Friday
Florida: Event Friday
Michigan: Event Friday
Minnesota: Event Friday
North Carolina: Event Friday
Pennsylvania: Event Friday
Texas: Event Friday
West Virginia: 4 Stops with Events Monday and Tuesday
SFLAction conducted similar student trips over the summer, knocking on more than 50,000 doors and making more than 200,000 phone calls to educate voters in Arizona, Michigan, North Carolina, Virginia, and Kansas. As a result, numerous pro-choice Republicans were defeated in primary races, including incumbent Arizona State Senator Heather Carter, who was unseated by pro-life challenger Nancy Barto. Click here to read more about SFLAction’s results in this cycle.
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