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Campaign season is here, and pro-life voters are watching.
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What would you ask the candidates?

The filing period has ended, and we now know who'll be running for all those state and federal offices. Watch Leaven for the Loaf for candidate information and interviews.

Readers, I have two questions for you:

  • What one life-issue question would you like to put to state-level candidates?
  • Which candidate(s) would you most like to see interviewed for Leaven for the Loaf?
You can send your reply to ellen@leavenfortheloaf.com, and I'll take your answers into consideration as I meet the candidates this summer. 
As seen on the blog: "Hush" is an excellent documentary about women's health care and how it's being affected by abortion and abortion politics. The filmmaker is a woman who supports legal abortion; the producer is pro-life. Both believe firmly that women have the right to know about abortion's effect on women's health, and both are concerned that the right is not being respected. The film's DVD will be released July 1, and Leaven readers can get 10% off by ordering online with the promo code LFTL16. Read more about the film at hushfilm.com

My next stop: Pro-Life Women's Conference in Dallas, Texas!

Abby Johnson's And Then There Were None is partnering with the Alice Paul Group and more than thirty other pro-life organizations to present the Pro-Life Women's Conference, June 24-26 in Dallas. Thanks to the generosity of sponsors of the blog, I'll be there. I'm looking forward to hearing about new ideas and initiatives from women in different parts of the country.

Among the speakers at this national event will be New Hampshire's own Darlene Pawlik, who is vice-president of Save the 1.  

Read about the conference and let me know if there are speakers or workshops you'd like to hear more about!
                
 
MANY THANKS to all of Leaven for the Loaf's sponsors, who make it possible for me to travel to report pro-life news. You can donate via PayPal. Also, you support the blog when you make purchases on Amazon.com or Ignatius Press (using these highlighted links). Donations are not tax-deductible.

In case you missed these blog posts from May 2016:

Thanks for reading, and I hope your summer is off to a great start!
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