TONIGHT – Presidential Pro-Life Forum

While you may be (rightly!) still enjoying this third day in this Octave of Christmas, voters in Iowa are just one week away from casting the first votes in the 2012 primary.

Tonight is co-sponsoring a special pro-life tele-town hall meeting with leading contenders for the GOP nomination. The forum will focus exclusively on the issue of the sanctity of human life.

All candidates have been invited, and the following four leading candidates have already confirmed: Congresswoman Michelle Bachman, Senator Rick Santorum, Former Speaker Newt Gingrich, and Governor Rick Perry.

The call will be held tonight from 8:00-9:30 PM Central Time.

Click here to register to participate

On tonight’s tele-conference, you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and to give instant feedback to thoughts and ideas shared.

There is perhaps no better way to form your opinion on the character, integrity, intellect and courage of any candidate than to hear each of them discuss their views on the issue of life.

That’s why we hope you’ll attend this 90-minute tele-town hall conference call to hear the candidates discuss their views on the foundational issue of life.

After you register for the live tele-conference, and you will receive a phone call tonight at the beginning of the conference, linking you to the call. This option allows you to participate in live Q&A.

You can register for this important pro-life tele-town hall conference call here –

The program will also be heard live on Steve Deace’s nationally-syndicated radio show on the Salem Network.



  • Amanda

    Did anyone sign up and get their phone hacked?? Mine sure did. I’ve recieved several texts today from various area codes. I’m very disapointed with CatholicVote for not handling this better!

    • Kara

      I also signed up for this and haven’t had any random text messages today. What do the messages say?

  • Robert

    Is there a link to a youtube of the Forum ?

    so we can listen after the fact ?




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