Advocates Rally for the Unborn at Pro-Life Lobby Day

Enthusiastic pro-life advocates came together Thursday to give a voice to the voiceless at the state Capitol for Oregon Right to Life’s (ORTL) Pro-Life Lobby Day. This event gave moms, abortion survivors, and other grassroots pro-life advocates an incredible opportunity to share community with life-minded Oregonians, take part in the legislative process, and bring a […]

Oregon Right to Life PAC Endorses Darcey Edwards for House District 31

Salem, Ore.— Today, Oregon Right to Life PAC announced the endorsement of Darcey Edwards for the House District 31 Republican Primary. She would replace outgoing Representative Brian Stout (R-Columbia City). ORTL political director Sharolyn Smith said, “We are proud to endorse Darcey Edwards and are confident she will be the most effective voice for life […]

Oregon Right to Life PAC Endorses Bruce Starr for Senate District 12

Salem, Ore.— Today, Oregon Right to Life PAC (ORTL PAC) is proud to announce its endorsement of Bruce Starr for the Senate District 12 Republican Primary. Starr held ORTL PAC’s endorsement and repeatedly showed his commitment to life-affirming legislation while serving in the State House and Senate from 1999 to 2014. Lois Anderson, Executive Director […]

Oregon Right to Life PAC Endorses Todd Nash for SD 29

Salem, Ore.— Today, Oregon Right to Life PAC (ORTL PAC) announced the endorsement of Todd Nash for the Senate District 29 Republican Primary. Nash would replace outgoing pro-life Republican Sen. Bill Hansell, who has been a staunch advocate for life throughout his more than four decades in local and state government positions. ORTL political director […]

Oregon Supreme Court Rules Ten Pro-Life Senators Ineligible for Re-Election Following Historic Walkout

Salem, Ore.—In a unanimous vote announced on Thursday, the Oregon Supreme Court ruled that Oregon State Senators who participated in the courageous six-week walkout during the 2023 session are now ineligible for re-election under Measure 113. This highly anticipated decision in favor of Secretary of State LaVonne Griffin-Valade came in response to Measure 113 passed […]