A congressional district special election in Georgia is gaining national attention. Activists on the Left are pouring money into the state to support the pro-abortion candidate in an effort to gain perceived momentum for the 2018 mid-terms.

Cole Muzio, president of Family Policy Alliance of Georgia, says it’s time for Georgians – and the rest of us – to take a stand against policies and candidates that take aim at family values.

Watch the video ad that Cole mentions.

Learn more about Family Policy Alliance of Georgia.

It’s hard to believe President Trump has only been in office for 60 days. Autumn Leva, policy director for Family Policy Alliance, tells us there’s good news and better news when it comes to the issues we hold dear.

We take a look at what’s been accomplished when it comes to life, marriage, family and religious freedom.

This past election proved to be a huge success for conservatives in Kentucky.

Kent Ostrander, executive director of The Family Foundation of Kentucky, one of Family Policy Alliance’s 40 state-based allies, tells us what’s happening after a hundred-year conservative drought.

Find an allied organization in your state.

The nation’s largest trade group for doctors, the American Medical Association, is considering supporting assisted suicide.

Paul Weber, president and CEO of Family Policy Alliance, says that’s a dangerous move that would put the elderly, mentally ill and those with physical disabilities at risk.

Call the AMA using our Action Center.

We’re 25 days into the Trump presidency. How have his choices and policies to date affected the family?

Autumn Leva, policy director for Family Policy Alliance, runs down Trump’s cabinet nominees, executive orders and other actions that strengthen family values.

President Trump has an opportunity to protect our religious freedoms by signing an Executive Order. The document would make religious freedom for all people, at all times and in all situations.

But we don’t just need another Executive Order. Autumn Leva and Paul Weber tell us that Congress needs to step up and pass laws to strengthen our First Freedoms – and make good on one of Trump’s biggest campaign promises.

Send an email to President Trump and Vice President Pence urging them to keep their campaign promise on religious freedom.

This year’s March for Life will be an especially sweet celebration. From federal legislation to state law, preborn babies are more protected than ever.

Tom McClusky with March for Life talks to us about 40 years of work to save the lives of countless women and babies and a renaissance for the sanctity of human life.

Learn more at March for Life.

The Family Policy Alliance is growing! We’re proud to announce that we have added Family Policy Alliance of Georgia. Cole Muzio is the president and executive director of the new state group.

Cole comes to our alliance with a background in political campaigns, and is looking forward to reconnecting with his roots in Georgia.

He served in Afghanistan – Now, he’ll serve in Washington.

Today, you’ll hear from freshman U.S. Rep. Jim Banks about his goals and what he hopes to see from a conservative majority in both chambers of Congress.

Paul Weber, president and CEO of Family Policy Alliance, reflects on some things he didn’t see in the first presidential debate that have him concerned. And he gives us information on an event that might just help us decide how to vote in November.

Take part in a special live-stream forum on Tuesday, Oct. 4, from 7-8:30pm EDT entitled “An Honest Discussion About a Difficult Election: A Forum for Christians Wrestling with Why and How to Vote.”

Ben Carson’s My Faith Votes is sponsoring the event and speakers will include Bishop Harry Jackson, Bob Vander Plaats of The Family Leader of Iowa, and John Stemberger of the Florida Family Policy Council.