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General election tomorrow -- Don't forget to vote!

Don’t forget to vote in tomorrow’s fall general election (Tuesday, November 6th) – let your pro-life voice be heard! 

Tomorrow's general election is too important to miss.  We have an incredible opportunity to reclaim a pro-life majority in the State Senate and to build on the pro-life majority in the State Assembly. Plan to exercise your right to vote tomorrow, November 6, and encourage your family and friends to do the same. Vote for life, and may God bless America!

PLW Victory Fund PAC candidate endorsements

The Pro-Life Wisconsin Victory Fund political action committee (PAC) has endorsed 36 candidates who are 100 percent pro-life and running for state office in tomorrow’s general election. We are pleased to be able to endorse these candidates who proudly support the total protection pro-life philosophy. Only when we have lawmakers who will not discriminate against those preborn children who are politically unpopular – those conceived in rape or incest, for example – will we see an end to the scandal of abortion. Pro-Life Wisconsin Victory Fund supports candidates for public office who demonstrate a commitment to protect each and every innocent human life – in all circumstances and at all stages of development.  

For a list of the Victory Fund’s endorsed candidates, click here. 

Candidates for U.S. Congress return 100% pro-life PLW surveys

The following candidates for United States Congress have returned 100% pro-life surveys from Pro-Life Wisconsin:

U.S. House of Representatives

District 2

Chad Lee (R-Mount Horeb)

District 3

Ray Boland (R-Sparta)

District 4

Dan Sebring (R-Milwaukee)

Paid for by the Pro-Life Wisconsin Victory Fund PAC, George Kriegl Treasurer. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s agent or committee.


Wisconsin Catholic bishops urge faithful to vote pro-life, pro-family

Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome Listecki, Madison Bishop Robert Morlino and Green Bay Bishop David Ricken are urging fellow Catholics to vote for a culture of life in tomorrow’s elections.  Their strongly worded statements have attracted broad media coverage.

 In message to the Milwaukee diocesan faithful entitled “Vote for a culture of life,” Archbishop Listecki writes that “a Catholic who knows that a candidate supports the legalization of the direct taking of innocent life participates in evil…As you prepare to vote this Tuesday, please take the time to know the candidates and the issues they represent, and make your vote count for fashioning a ‘culture of life.’”  Please click here for Archbishop Listecki’s full message.

 In a message to the Green Bay diocesan faithful entitled “An important moment,” Bishop Ricken writes “To vote for someone in favor of these positions (abortion, euthanasia, embryonic stem cell research, human cloning, and homosexual ‘marriage’) means that you could be morally ‘complicit’ with these choices which are intrinsically evil. This could put your own soul in jeopardy.”  Please click here for Bishop Ricken’s full message as well as a story in LifeSiteNews.

  And in a message to the Madison diocesan faithful entitled “Official guidelines for forming a Catholic conscience in the Diocese of Madison,” Bishop Morlino writes “No Catholic may, in good conscience, vote for ‘pro-choice’ candidates, or they must choose the candidate who would place greater restrictions on abortion.” The Bishop makes similar statements concerning the issues of “same-sex marriage” and religious liberty.  Please click here for Bishop Morlino’s full message  as well as a story in the Wisconsin State Journal.


U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder tied to abortionist accused of malpractice, patient's death, and Medicaid fraud

"Now we understand why Eric Holder is so bent on wrongfully prosecuting peaceful pro-life advocates," Dana Cody, executive director of the Life Legal Defense Foundation, told LifeSiteNews.

BY Ben Johnson

WASHINGTON, D.C., October 31, 2012, ( – Documents
uncovered by pro-life activists show that Attorney General Eric Holder is tied to an abortionist who has been accused of defrauding Medicaid, killing a woman during a botched abortion, and allowing another woman’s child to die due to sub-par medical care.

Critics say this apparent conflict of interest may explain his obsession
with prosecuting peaceful pro-life activists.

Government documents show that Eric Holder’s wife and sister-in-law rented
facilities to abortionist Tyrone Cecil Malloy. 

Dr. Sharon Malone Holder, an OB-GYN, and Margie Malone Tuckson of
Minneapolis, owned the College Park, Georgia, property that housed Malloy’s Old National Gynecology, an abortion facility.

Confronted by investigators, the women denied ownership. “I don’t own this property, and my sister does not own this property,” Margie Malone Tuckson explained to, because “we are not technically on this deed.”

Instead, the sisters transferred ownership to a blind trust on August 27,
2009. They are the trust’s only two trustees.

“Now we understand why Eric Holder is so bent on wrongfully prosecuting
peaceful pro-life advocates,” Dana Cody, executive director of the Life Legal Defense Foundation, told

“It looks to me like the attorney general and his wife are in business

with the abortion industry,” Operation Rescue President Troy Newman said.

Click here for the rest of the story. 
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Pro-Life Wisconsin seeking to hire communications director

Pro-Life Wisconsin is seeking to hire a new full-time staff member in the area of communications and public relations.  The job is based at our state office in Brookfield.  Qualified applicants will hold a bachelor's degree and will demonstrate proficiency in writing, experience in media relations, and comfort with public speaking.  Some travel will be required.  Please send resume with cover letter and writing samples to no later than November 12, 2012.  Thank you for your interest.

Pro-life news wrap-up

- Nevada Supreme Court intervenes in possible forced abortion case (LifeSiteNews).  Read more here.

- 'One child policy is keeping Chinese Communist Party in power,' says international expert (LifeSiteNews).  Read more here.
- 40 Days for Life Campaign message from Director Shawn Carney:  At the end of this record-breaking 40 Days for Life campaign, we praise God for 608 babies saved from abortion -- that we know of.  (Many campaigns are still compiling their reports, so that number will likely keep growing.)

This campaign has continued to build a foundation for ending abortion in America -- and around the world...
Record numbers of young people are joining the pro-life ranks, including many young people.

Business is down at many abortion facilities.
Workers continue to quit the abortion industry.
And lives continue to be saved... thanks to YOU!  Your prayers and participation make a difference!

Affiliate announcements

40 Days for Life Stevens Point Closing Rally will take place this Sunday, November 11, from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Sacred Heart Church in Polonia (10 minutes outside Stevens Point).  Keynote speaker is PLW state director Peggy Hamill; lunch and childcare provided.

Respect Life observance 2012 Rice LakeSawyer County Affiliate (Hayward) - Queen of Peace, Protector of Life  was invited to participate in the Respect Life weekend October 26-28 at St. Joseph Parish in Rice Lake.  Their "God's Nursery" display (pre-born models) remained through Monday and were available for viewing after Mass and toured by the students from St. Joseph's school.  In addition, there was a 'walk for life' two miles through Rice Lake to their cemetery, involving seventy adults, students, and a few pre-schoolers.  At the end of the walk in a vacant area of the cemetery along Main St., the group assisted in putting up the "Cemetery of the Innocents" display involving 400 crosses and two banners.  They also put up a 'balloon rosary.'  Enough can't be said about the enthusiasm and dedication that was witnessed from the participants from St. Joseph's, with an emphasis on bringing the sanctity of life to their youth. 

Characters outside FPHS Wausau

Pro-Life Wisconsin Wausau Area affiliate members closed their local 40 Days for Life campaign with a Eucharistic procession to the site of their vigil, Family Planning Health Services.  As they arrived in solemn prayer they were greeted by large blown up characters depicting devils, constructed by the birth control center.  FPHS is both a WIC and family planning government provider. 

Pro-Life Wisconsin Racine Area for a prayer vigil every Wednesday from 11:00 a.m. until noon at the Racine Planned Parenthood (832 Main St.) All are welcome to join with your presence or your prayers.  

Pro-Life Wisconsin Juneau County meets every second Tuesday of the month at the Hatch Public Library in Mauston at 7 p.m. in the Community Room. 

Pro-Life Wisconsin Walworth County prays at Planned Parenthood in Delavan, WI on most Mondays. Signs are provided. Contact Phil Cullen for info - 262-742-3299. 

Pro-Life Wisconsin Marathon County prays the Rosary once a month on Saturday at 10:45 a.m. at Family Planning Health Services. Call Ron Putzer at (715) 842-5368 to confirm date.  

Pro-Life Wisconsin Fond du Lac County prays in front of Planned Parenthood, 333 N. Peters Ave., Fond du Lac, on the second Saturday of the month from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. For information, call Ann at (920) 921-6062 or Julie (920) 923-0437. A pro-life Rosary is also said at 8:30 a.m. before the 9 a.m. Mass each Saturday at St. Mary's Church, Marquette St. at E. Merrill Ave., Fond du Lac.

Vigil for Life-PLW Dane County has a perpetual presence on the sidewalks in front of Madison's Planned Parenthood abortion facility (3706 Orin Road, Madison, WI 53704). Each day that Planned Parenthood is open for business (every week day), 2 people (at least!) will be scheduled to be present on the sidewalk. The times and days are as follows: Monday-Wednesday: 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.; Thursday 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.; and Friday, 1pm - 3pm. Individuals or groups are needed to sign up for these 2-hour shifts, especially on a monthly basis. You may also "stop by." Those interested should click here to view the online scheduling calendar or contact affiliate leader Laura Karlen at (608) 445-2064 or email

Pro-Life Wisconsin Milwaukee County gathers regularly on Saturday mornings at the Affiliated abortion center, 1428 N. Farwell Ave. in Milwaukee, between 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. SIDEWALK COUNSELORS ARE NEEDED! If you can come pray or counsel women entering the abortuary, please contact Peggy Hamill, (262) 796-1111, or e-mail for more information.  

Pro-Life Wisconsin Outagamie County invites you to love your preborn neighbor as yourself, by going out to the places where abortions are sold and committed. Please plan to come and sidewalk counsel (beside the driveway), pray and witness with signs at Planned Parenthood Appleton North on 3800 N. Gillett St.

Pro-Life Wisconsin Kenosha has consecrated our fight against Planned Parenthood to Jesus through Mary. We pray every Saturday at 11 a.m. in front of the Planned Parenthood facility, located at Roosevelt Road and 36th Avenue in Kenosha. Please come and pray the Rosary, the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, and other prayers with us. For more information contact Karie Kinzler at or at (262) 656-0301.  

Pro-Life Wisconsin Rock County members daily praise and thank God for the January 13, 2012 permanent closure of the Rockford, IL abortion mill.  Chapter members meet monthly (except June, July, August) in St. Jude's Hall, Beloit, WI.  Contact Charlene Tolmie 608-362-3406 or Sister Rosalia Bauer 608-364-2830. 

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Courtesy announcements

Milwaukee Pro-Life Rosary Walk on Friday, November 9:  Join the seminarians of St. Francis of de Sales, starting at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist at 7:00 p.m., walking to the Women's Care Center for a tour and hot cider.  Depart WCC at 7:40 p.m. or so to be back to the Cathedral by 8:15 p.m.  Rosary led by Vocations Director of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Father Luke Strand.

Acacia Theatre Performances of Irena's Vow, November 9-18.  The play has a strong pro-life message.  Irena Gut Opdyke, a Polish rescuer in WWII, changed the minds of a Jewish couple in hiding who had decided to have an abortion.  That child was born and as an adult was reunited with Irena.  Irena rescued a total of 13 people, including the baby, hiding them in the basement of the German Commandant.  Caution for younger viewers -- adult material and violence are referenced in the play.   At the Todd Wehr Auditorium, 12800 N. Lake Shore Drive, Mequon, on the Concordia U Campus.  For more information and for tickets go to

Servants of Our Lady of Guadalupe Prayer Vigils:

Every Monday at 4:30 p.m. in Wisconsin Rapids on 8th St. by the Shopko mall to pray for the closing of the Planned Parenthood.  If you have any questions contact Will Goodman at (608) 698-7443.

Every Tuesday 3-4:00 p.m. in Winona, MN in front of Semcac, an abortifacient delegate of Planned Parenthood, 76 W. 3rd St., Winona, MN.  If you have any questions contact Will Goodman at (608) 698-7443 or by email contact Jen Dunnett at

Every Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. in Stevens Point in front of the strip mall next to Family Video to pray for the closing of Family Planning Health Services.  If you have any questions contact Jen Dunnett at (715) 340-2779.

Every Wednesday at 4-6:00 p.m. in La Crosse in front of Options, corner of Caledonia and St. Paul Streets, a few blocks up from St. James Church.  Questions?  Contact Will Goodman at (608) 698-7443 or Jen Dunnett at

Every Friday in Madison a day of events:  12:10 p.m. Mass at St. Patrick's, praying and counseling at Planned Parenthood on Orin Road, arriving around 12:50 p.m., and lastly at approximately 4:00 p.m. driving to Holy Redeemer church for a holy hour and afterwards optional dinner, then travel home.  If you have any questions contact Will Goodman at (608) 698-7443 or Jen Dunnett at

Witness for Life: Each Thursday, St. Mary Catholic Church in Kenosha will offer 8:00 a.m. Mass, followed by a Rosary procession to the nearby Planned Parenthood. St. Mary's is located at 7307 40th Avenue, Kenosha. For more information call Monica at 262-515-3132 or Laura at 262-358-0705.

The third Monday of every month All Saints Catholic Church in Berlin says a Rosary for life at the church's monument for the unborn after a 5:15p.m. Mass. Everyone is welcome.

The pro-life group at St. Frances Cabrini Parish meets to pray every Thursday evening from 6-6:30 p.m. at the West Bend Planned Parenthood, 532 Shepherd’s Drive, West Bend, WI. Located on the West end of town, approximately 1-1/2 miles west of Hwy 45 on West Washington Street (aka: Highway 33) in West Bend. It is in a shopping mall on the north-side of the street. We are on the sidewalk.

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