Former Florida abortion clinic to provide services to homeless.
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Fall 2016 election endorsements

29 state candidates pro-life

The full list of candidates endorsed by the Pro-Life Wisconsin Victory Fund PAC is on our website here.

Pro-life means protecting each human at all stages of development and in all circumstances, including those whom it is not politically correct to protect.

For example: the child conceived in rape; the child with a mother whose life is perceived to be in danger; the disabled preborn baby; the tiny embryo vulnerable to experimental research; or the terminally ill who are viewed as burdens on society.

Life begins at conception, so there may never be legal exceptions to a person’s inalienable right to life.

Our endorsements reflect the priceless value of human life.

There is no sliding scale with our pro-life endorsements. A candidate can’t be “mostly pro-life.” So, the Victory Fund only endorses candidates with 100 percent pro-life stances on all the issues: personhood, abortion, assisted suicide, cloning and the sale of aborted fetal body parts.

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Election Watch

Presidential candidates on life

Pro-life news

A round up of thought-provoking life-related news, from both sides of the issue.
  • Tough to get an abortion in Midwest
    • "But some of the toughest abortion regulations in the country are actually in Midwestern states ... In Wisconsin, public money for abortions is limited."
  • Former Florida abortion clinic to provide homeless services
    • "The future of the women’s center itself is unknown ... But every indication is the clinic has not moved to another Ocala location. It was the only abortion provider in Marion County."
  • Planned Parenthood executive honored with UN population award
    • "The head of the UN Population Fund (praised the PP executive) for 40 years of advocacy for ... 'the right of adolescents to comprehensive sexuality education and sexual and reproductive health services.'"
  • 21 South Carolina foster children adopted
    • "Mason Engle is another one of the children. But for her family, it's been a four year process. After several miscarriages, Amy and Marc Engle turned to adoption ... they were shown a picture of Mason and two of his three sisters. 'We were just so in love right away,' Amy Engle (said)."
Each week, Pro-Life Wisconsin sends life-focused news to our supporters. Thanks for all you do.

July 11, 2016


Pro-Life Wisconsin exists for a singular purpose: to restore and protect the inalienable right to life of all citizens of our state, whether born or preborn, young, old, disabled or terminally ill. We affirm that the right to life exists at the moment of fertilization and extends until natural death; this truth being handed down by God and articulated in the Declaration of Independence.



Save the date!

Love for Life Gala

This year Pro-Life Wisconsin welcomes Matt Walsh to the annual fundraiser.

Held Oct. 22, 2016, at the Hyatt Regency Milwaukee, this gala is our largest fundraiser, and we look forward to meeting our many supporters at this event.

Please check your mail in the coming weeks for formal invitations and more details about the event.

Affiliate announcements

7th Annual "Ladies for Life" Tea -  Presented by Life League of La Crosse. Sunday, July 17, 2016 at 2 p.m. at Blessed Sacrament Parish Hall. To set a table, call Marie Allen at (608) 748-5189. For tickets and more information, call Mari Erickson at (608) 518-7655.
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Courtesy announcements

"The Insanity of God," a movie portraying the true story of faith and persecution of Nik and Ruth Ripken, will be shown at the Ridge Cinema, New Berlin, Tuesday, Aug. 30 at 7 p.m. The Ripkens were missionaries who found God in dark places.
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