Protecting Ohio’s Preborn By Voting YES on Issue 1:
Issue 1 is a common-sense resolution to elevate the standards necessary to amend Ohio's Constitution—ensuring every citizen has a voice when changing our founding document.
How does Issue 1 affect Ohio's preborn and the right to life?
The very integrity of Ohio's constitution hangs in the balance. The abortion lobby is currently attempting to enshrine abortion up until birth with zero restrictions in Ohio's constitution this November. That is unacceptable and goes against the very nature of our nation's principles. Our state's founding document was created to protect Ohioans' liberty and freedoms, not take them away. Enshrining abortion removes the most foundational right that any of us have—the right to life. We cannot allow this to be stripped away. We must vote YES on Issue 1 on August 8, 2023.
A Vote for Issue 1 is a Vote For:
- Requiring 60% of voter approval before passing an amendment.
- No longer allowing half of Ohioans to be ignored in the petition process.
- Eliminating loopholes allowing fraudulent petitioners excess time to collect signatures.
- Restoring trust & confidence in our state’s guiding document, making it no longer vulnerable to the political winds of our day.
- Issue 1 Explainer
- The Evangelical Christian Case for Voting Yes On Issue 1
- The Catholic Case for Issue 1
- The Truth about the Abortion Ballot Initiative this November
The effort to pass Issue 1 requires as many hands and feet as possible!
Would you help us and volunteer?
From now until August 8, 2023, Ohio Right to Life, alongside many others, will dedicate their time and efforts towards getting as many pro-life, pro-liberty Ohioans out to vote YES on Issue 1.
Ways to get involved:
- Join us to go door-to-door canvassing.
- Set up a phone bank with your closest friends.
- Volunteer as a poll worker or watcher from July 11th until Election Day.
- Educate your local neighborhood and friend group about Issue 1.
Important Dates to Remember:
- July 10: Voter Registration Deadline
- July 11: Absentee and Early In-Person Voting Begins
- August 1: Absentee ballot applications must be received by your board of elections by 8:30 p.m.
- August 8: Election Day! Polls are open from 6:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m
Go to voteohio.gov TODAY to register to vote and request your Absentee Ballot!