Pro-Life Voter Guides

Vermont Right to Life Political Committee
Pro-Life Voter Guides to the November 8th, 2022 General Election

These voter guides (links below) list the candidates who are recommended by the Vermont Right to Life Political Committee. Candidates were evaluated for their position on H.57 (Act 47), legislation that put unrestricted, unregulated abortion-on-demand into Vermont statute, as well as Proposal 5, the proposed amendment that would enshrine abortion in the Vermont Constitution. A candidate’s position on physician-assisted suicide was also considered.
  • Some of these candidates are fully pro-life. Others are recommended because they oppose abortion-on-demand, while their opponents do not. A few candidates are recommended even though their positions are unknown at this time, because their opponents are known to be 100% pro-abortion and are supported by Planned Parenthood and other pro-abortion organizations. These candidates are marked with an asterisk (*).
  • Information was obtained through voting records, public statements, candidate survey responses, and personal conversations. Candidates were evaluated only on pro-life issues. You may want to consider other factors.
  • You can opt not to vote in certain races if you wish. This will be counted as a “blank vote” and can send a message of dissatisfaction with the choice of candidates.
  • If you are not registered to vote, you can get registered up to and including election day.
  • You do not have to vote by mail. Polling places will be open on election day for those who want to vote in person.
  • If you do vote early, follow the instructions exactly. Mark your ballot with black pen. It is not recommended not to use a Sharpie or marker as it can bleed through the paper.
  •  If you return your ballot by mail, it is suggested that you mail it by Monday, Oct. 31. The ballot has to be received by election day; a postmark date is not sufficient.
  • Your ballot may also be dropped off at your Town Clerk’s office or at the polls on election day. A relative or friend may drop your completed ballot off for you. If you go to vote in person, you are encouraged to bring your ballot with you.
  • Questions? Email [email protected]

Click on the links below for information on recommended candidates. Be sure to check the Statewide link as well as the link for your county.

Statewide Candidates

Addison County
Bennington County
Caledonia County
Chittenden County
Essex County
Franklin County
Grand Isle County
Lamoille County
Orange County
Orleans County
Rutland County
Washington County
Windham County
Windsor County

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