Last Call to Help Stop Taxpayer Funded Abortion

For the past few months, volunteers from across the state worked hard to collect signatures that will put ending taxpayer funding abortions on the 2020 ballot. The necessary 80,239 signatures, however, have a submission deadline: November 20, 2019. That’s only 8 days away.

We need your help with a final push to collect as many signatures as possible. Planned Parenthood of MA, whose top employees make six figure salaries, is a major recipient of this abortion funding. In 2017, PP of MA performed over 10,000 abortions right here in Massachusetts. And if that isn’t bad enough already, Planned Parenthood spends millions nationally on lobbying, ensuring pro-abortion politicians get elected and give over even MORE of our tax dollars to PP in the coming years. This corrupt cycle must be broken.

If you are concerned about the value of life or about immoral fiscal policy, here are a few ways you can help.

1. If you haven’t yet signed a petition yourself, Click HERE and print out a double-sided petition. Sign it and ask your family and friends to sign. (Remember, different towns require different sheets!) You can help us by dropping off signed petitions to the city or town clerk for the town listed on the bottom, or you can mail it to the Renew Massachusetts Coalition office at 400 Trade Center, Suite 1950, Woburn, MA 01801 immediately.
2. You can still sign up to volunteer to help collect signatures. You can collect signatures at any time that is convenient to you. Busy locations like your local grocery store are great places to start, and we have volunteers willing to come join you!

3. Last, but not least, please individually Facebook message or email 10 friends today with this link to download the Stop Taxpayer Funded Abortion Petition. Even if they only have one signature, this will help.

The rules for the signed petitions are very strict, so please make sure you review the instructions beforehand here: Thank you for helping put this important issue on the ballot!


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