With just one week until the general election, here are a few truths to chew on. 

— Protecting innocent, unborn children is our top ministry goal. I hope it is yours as well.

— The Alaska Supreme Court has made up a “right to abortion” in our State Constitution and is killing any laws that protect the least of these.

— A State Constitutional Convention is without a doubt our best option for clarifying that our founding document is silent on the issue of abortion or its funding.

— The George Soros-funded 1630 Fund, a massive, DC-based, dark money group, is pouring millions of dollars into Alaska to scare people into voting “no.” The ConventionYes side has raised less than $50,000. A true David v Goliath battle.

— We are seemingly against insurmountable odds but EVERY SINGLE DAY, Alaskans are changing their minds and realizing that the Soros-funded fear is unfounded and that a Constitutional Convention is our best strategy for removing the court from this issue to enact pro-life legislation.

— The radio ad below is the quickest, most effective message we have right now to remind prolife Alaskans to vote yes. And we need your financial help RIGHT NOW to get this ad on stations all across the Great Land.

Help us fight this battle to the very end. Every donation will help us air this ad on radio stations from Ketchikan to Kotzebue. There are literally thousands of Alaskans right now who are deciding on how they should vote on the Constitutional Convention and this ad will help them make an informed, prolife vote.

Radio ads range from $25 to $250 per 60 second spot depending on the station and time slot. Every single donation will help us turn another voter toward a YES vote that will give us an opportunity to protect innocent, unborn Alaskans. We need you now more than ever. Please be generous.

Donations towards this radio campaign have to be made to Alaska Family Action, our political arm, and are therefore not tax-deductible.

The views expressed here are those of the author.

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Jim Minnery
A lifelong Alaskan, Jim Minnery has served as the executive director of Alaska Family Council since its inception in 2006.