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How Consistent-life Advocacy Would Benefit from Ranked-Choice Voting

by Rachel MacNair   If there’s anything outside the purview of the Consistent Life Network, it’s the process we use for voting in government elections. Therefore, as with all posts with individual authors, this is my opinion, nothing official from the organization. The Consistent Life Network doesn’t endorse specific candidates or voting strategies. What is…


Pro-Life Voting Strategy: A Problem without an Answer

A reminder: The Consistent Life Network doesn’t necessarily endorse everything said in its blog, since we encourage individual writers to express a variety of views. This is especially so when analyzing elections.   by John Whitehead With a new electoral season looming before Americans, we’ll no doubt soon hear the latest round of a long-running…


Peace & Life Referendums

by Rachel MacNair A reminder: The Consistent Life Network doesn’t necessarily endorse everything said in its blog, since we encourage individual writers to express a variety of views. This is especially so when analyzing elections. Because potential referendums get added and subtracted, this post will be updated now and then. The original post is September…


My Difficulty in Voting: Identifying the Problem

by Monica Sohler Editor’s Note: This is the fourth in the series of blog posts based on presentations at our 30th Anniversary conference, held August 4-6, 2017. The Consistent Life Network doesn’t endorse specific candidates or political parties, but offers helpful information on all of them.   “It isn’t that they can’t see the solution….