Action Alert: 20 Days to go
19 May 2017
There are only 20 days until we go to the polls. Please do all you can to help turn pro-life issues into voting issues.
Here are some vital actions which could make all the difference to unborn children and other vulnerable people on 8 June:
Order copies of our “At risk in Britain” flyer
This striking flyer is designed to give a strong message to voters, urging them to use their vote to defend the most vulnerable members of our society.
You can order these to give out at your church or deliver them door-to-door in your neighbourhood.
This last minute action can have a huge impact.
Please use the form on the side of this page, or email email@example.com
Find out how your MP voted on pro-life issues
If your MP is standing again, visit click here to see his/her pro-life voting record. This is a quick, simple action which gives you information you can pass on to family and friends.
Find out the views of the candidates in your constituency
There's still time to question the candidates in your constituency about their voting intentions on pro-life issues.
These are the questions we would like you to put to candidates:
- Would you vote to support or oppose decriminalising abortion i.e. removing all restrictions on abortion?
- Would you vote to support or oppose any move to legalise assisted suicide?
Here are notes to help you put these questions to candidates: SPUC GUIDE NOTES ON INTERVIEWING ELECTION CANDIDATES IN ENGLAND AND WALES.
Please use the form: QUESTIONS TO PUT TO CANDIDATES to record their answers and then return the questionnaire to us. We will then record all the responses.
We have briefings on the two questions above. You can download them using the control at the bottom of the General Election 2017 campaign page.
Contact SPUC to find out the voting intentions of your candidates
You can contact SPUC to find out the voting intentions on pro-life issues of the candidates in your constituency. (We will only have these if a questionnaire has been returned to us.) You can call Katherine Hampton on: 020 7820 3137.
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