elections


What History Shows: The Consistent Life Ethic Works for the Pro-life Side in Referendums

This post is also a page on our Peace & Life Referendums site.  by Rachel MacNair           Before the Roe v. Wade decision of the U.S. Supreme Court, there were three referendums to legalize abortion in individual U.S. states:   1970- 56% voted yes     1972 – 61% voted no     1972…


Elections 2020: Three Consistent-Life Approaches

by Rachel MacNair The Consistent Life Network takes no stand on specific candidates. This is my own personal take on how people who support the consistent life ethic view the U.S. presidential election of November 3, 2020. Three Categories Category 1: Trump is Out of the Question; Biden is Bearable People in this category are…


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 For updated information starting January 6, 2020, see this constantly-updated website: Peace and Life Referendums The original post was published September 3, 2019, and revisions were added until January 6, when the website took over the function   A reminder: The Consistent Life Network doesn’t necessarily endorse everything said in its blog,…