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Conservative Voter Guides To The Virginia Legislative Elections

For the November 5th, 2019 Virginia General Election CHQ has assembled links to three top conservative voter guides with resources covering the entire Commonwealth of Virginia and the broad spectrum of issues on the conservative agenda. To access these resources and to share them with your family, friends, church and civic groups go to the links in this article

Vote Pro-Life

For the November 5th, 2019 General Election, the Family Foundation of Virginia's TFF Action has four Regional General Assembly Voter Guides, including one for Metro Richmond, Tidewater (Peninsula to Virginia Beach), Loudoun/Fairfax, and Prince William/Stafford.

Each contains multiple contested House and Senate races in these regions. TFF Action may still have some print versions available, but at this late date it is better to use the e-versions linked above for viewing, download, sharing and printing.

National Right to Life has become fully engaged in the Virginia legislative elections. Their message: Don’t let a New York-style abortion through birth law pass in Virginia! Vote pro-life on Nov. 5!

To help elect pro-life legislators to Virginia’s Assembly. Virginia’s unborn children need legislators who will stand against the New York-style abortion on demand laws that Delegate Kathy Tran tried to pass in Virginia in January.

Every state House and Senate seat is up for re-election. Do you know where your candidates stand on abortion?

The competitive races are divided into three regions:

Greater Richmond



Click here ( for a complete list of pro-life endorsements for the state House and Senate.

Virginia’s Democrats want to change the law to allow abortion through birth and make you pay for it with your tax dollars! Your vote is critical! Please vote pro-life in the November 5, 2019 election. 

Finally, Virginia's Catholic Bishops, Most Reverend Michael F. Burbidge, Bishop of Arlington and Most Reverend Barry C. Knestout, Bishop of Richmond have issued a pre-election letter to Catholics, which says in part, "Not all issues have equal moral weight. Some actions, such as abortion and euthanasia, are “intrinsically evil” – that is, “always incompatible with love of God and neighbor” (Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship, no. 22).

“[T]he moral obligation to oppose policies promoting intrinsically evil acts has a special claim on our consciences and our actions” (no. 37).

Protecting life is paramount. The right to life is “the fundamental right that makes all other rights possible” (Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship, no. 49). Our priority must be to protect life to the fullest extent possible. To read the entire letter and for other resources use this link

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