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Vote values in MA tomorrow!

Tomorrow is election day!  Our friends at the Renew MA Coalition have assembled non-partisan voter guides for many of the races that will be on tomorrow’s ballot.  Find your voter guide (or guides), and email it to your neighbors.  If

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Last chance for No on 3 push cards!

Our final shipment of No On 3 push cards just arrived today! It is critical that we get them distributed as soon as possible, particularly over the weekend. Please contact Rob Aufiero at robert@renewmacoalition.org or Michael King at michael@mafamily.org to

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Tune In: Andrew on the Air

As we get closer to the November 6th election, we’re fielding more and more media requests about MA Ballot Question #3, the Bathroom and Locker Room Law.  I have found myself having to explain, repeatedly, to local reporters why some

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Keep MA Safe needs your help!

This month Keep MA Safe placed an order for 25,000 pushcards to spread the word at festivals and fairs and door-to-door about repealing the Bathroom and Locker Room law. They need your help to educate voters over the next few weekends by

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10 Days Left to Keep MA Safe: We still need your help

Yesterday morning, I spoke with Fox News reporter Todd Starnes.  Our fight against the bathroom law here in MA has started getting national attention.  In this Fox News article, I discussed with Todd the threats to religious liberty, pastors and churches

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LGBTQ and “We don’t know who will be next…”

The media is starting to take notice of the public outcry on the Transgender Bathroom & Shower Bill here in MA.  Politico interviewed Renew Mass Coalition Director Chanel Prunier on the effort to make our pro-family perspective heard loud and clear by

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Where the Bathroom Bill is now

Over the past week, since the MA House passed their version of the Bathroom Bill, your phone calls, letters and emails have been flooding the governor’s office, telling him to veto the bill when it gets to his desk.  People have

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What you didn’t hear about Wednesday’s vote

As MFI’s communications director, I know we are fighting an uphill battle for family values in Massachusetts, and yesterday’s vote in the MA House to pass the Bathroom Bill was disappointing.  Nevertheless, we have reason to be encouraged. What you may

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