Dear Friends—

I have some great news! Our pro-life candidates are performing extremely well in their races and with your help, we can take them over the top!

This year, we made it easy for voters to know who our pro-life candidates are with the release of our Election 2020 Pro-Life Candidate Slate. This nonpartisan resource covers races for the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House, the New Mexico Senate, and the New Mexico House. And with absentee and early voting now underway, we need your help to get it in the hands of more voters!

We know that an overwhelming majority of New Mexicans oppose dangerous third-trimester abortions up to the moment of birth and infanticide, but they may not know where the candidates stand on these issues. Therefore, I am asking you to do one thing on behalf of the pro-life movement this week.

Please forward this email to 10 family members, friends, or co-workers, and encourage them to support the life-affirming candidates on this slate.

With less than three weeks until election day, we must finish strong. If everyone receiving this email forwards it to 10 people, we will literally reach tens of thousands of voters – many of whom may still be undecided in these key Congressional and Legislative races.

So please take 2 minutes and forward this email today. 

 On to victory!

Vince Torres
President & Executive Director


Paid for by Family Policy Alliance of New Mexico

One of the most common questions people ask is, “How did my legislator vote?”

I am pleased to share this report card for the 2018-2019 New Jersey state legislature. Here is a snapshot of how your representatives in the Assembly and the Senate voted on key social and moral legislation related to life, education, family, marijuana, marriage, and other issues.

Guided by our mission of building a state where God is honored, religious liberty flourishes, families thrive, and life is cherished, this report card shows the votes of your lawmakers on seven central bills heard and voted upon in the 2018-2019 Legislative Session. A bill is passed by a simple majority in the Senate (21 votes needed out of 40 senators) and the Assembly (41 votes needed out of 80 assembly members.)

Lawmakers earned letter grades ranging from A to F based on how they voted on these seven top bills. This report card is not an endorsement of any candidate or political party. It does not measure any lawmakers’ integrity, commitment to their faith, work ethic, or rapport with Family Policy Alliance of New Jersey®. It does, however, accurately report how your representatives voted on seven bills that harm or protect your family values.

The bills scored include:

A printed version of this informative scorecard will be sent to 1500 pastors across New Jersey who are part of our network. In addition, each legislator will receive the scorecard for their own purposes. Please pray for the 219th legislative session that started on Jan. 14th.

The best is yet to come!


Shawn Hyland
Director of Advocacy

Len Deo
Director of Alliances, Family Policy Alliance
Founder & Past President, New Jersey Family Policy Council


Paid for by Family Policy Alliance of New Jersey, 1977 N. Olden Avenue, Suite 241, Trenton, New Jersey, 08618. This expenditure was not made with the cooperation or prior consent of, or in consultation with, or at the request or suggestion of, any candidate, or person or committee acting on behalf of the candidate.