More Voter Guide Distribution Locations Located Across The State!Oct. 15, 2009
Because of some great and committed volunteers, we now have more distribution sites around the state where you can pick up The Family Foundation of Virginia 2009 Voter Guides this weekend. If you do not live near one of the locations listed yesterday, check the list below. If one of the new locations is more convenient, contact the volunteer closest to you and make arrangements to get the Voter Guides. If that doesn't work, or if no location is close to you, call us at 804-343-0010 and ask how we can get the guides to you. We also will put them online for you to print and reproduce for distrubution at the TFF Action Web site. Fairfax County
Contact: Brian Mazenec at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fredericksburg and Surrounding Areas
Contact: Donna Moore at 540-538-5963
Fauquier and Culpeper Area
Contact: Gay Bass at 540-788-4946
Fluvanna and Albemarle Area
Contact: Feda Morton at email@example.com
Contact: Pastor Chad Gardner at 276-494-6620
Contact: Pastor Bill Haywood at 276-698-4987
Contact: Diane Winston at 276-223-0529
Contact: Jeff Dean at 804-731-0434
Jeff also has a pick-up location Saturday, from 1:00-3:00 p.m., in the parking lot of First Assembly of God Petersburg, 25213 Ferndale Road.
Choose Life Follow-Up: Take Action!Feb. 18, 2009
Yesterday morning the bill, SB 817, patroned by Senator Richard Stuart (R-28, Montross), narrowly squeaked by in a House Transportation sub-committee by a 4-3 vote, all while Planned Parenthood and the ACLU sat in the room surely wondering why they can't kill this bill. As Senator Ken Cuccinelli (R-37, Fairfax), the author of the bill's Choose Life amendment, left the sub-committee, he asked the chairman, Delegate Edward Scott (R-30, Culpeper), if he should be present for the full Transportation Committee hearing of the bill. Delegate Scott said he should. Thus, the long, twisted, slow slog to get such a simple, commonsense, popular and practical policy passed continues (see here). The saga, as the old television announcers would say, goes on.
However, its prospects in the House still should be good. It can and should pass — and it will — with your help. Make your voices heard so we can allow Virginians to publicly show their support for life, while providing a greater source of funding for pregnancy resource centers — not to mention seeing the continued exasperation of Planned Parenthood, NARAL and the ACLU. That alone is worth the price of admission, and it's an easy price to pay:
Simply contact members of the House Transportation Committee (click here for the committee's contact information) and tell them you want them to vote for Choose Life plates.
Then, before too long, we can brighten Virginia's roads with a positive message of life. Annoying limousine and other assorted liberals simply would be a delightful coincidence.