We were one vote away on Heartbeat — Save your district, Vote June 15!

June 9
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Do you remember the Heartbeat Bill? We are still fighting for that bill in the courts – this incredible legislation is the most pro-life bill in the country.

But, we were one vote away from the bill failing.

That means, had your representative at the time, Bert Reeves, been absent or flipped his vote from a Yes to a No, the Georgia General Assembly would have rejected the notion that preborn children with beating hearts should be protected.

This isn’t the only time a bill has been decided by one vote. SB 47, a key school choice bill this year, was also a 1 vote win for families.

That’s why this is so important!

You have a special election coming up in YOUR DISTRICT on June 15th (early voting has begun and continues through Friday), and we wanted to make sure you were planning to vote!

Early numbers indicate this will be a LOW turnout, CLOSE election. YOUR VOTE MATTERS!

There are 5 candidates running in this race. We have provided an informational graphic on where the candidates stand on some of the issues. We hope this will help you make an informed decision when you cast your vote.

Please review this information, do any additional research you feel is necessary, determine the best candidate that lines up with your values, and MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD!

Please make a plan to vote on June 15th. The next big bill – one that has major policy implications for our state – could depend on it.

Because Your Vote Matters,

Cole Muzio
President and Executive Director

 

 

Paid for by Family Policy Alliance of Georgia