Tomorrow: Gov. Palin Will Champion Life As Guest Speaker For New Jersey Right To Life Event

On Friday, Governor Palin will be the special guest speaker for a banquet hosted by New Jersey Right To Life.

As abortions in New Jersey represent 4.8 percent of all abortions in the United States, Palin’s continued defense for the lives of the unborn makes her an invaluable addition to the speaker guest list.

The banquet will be held at the Hyatt Regency in New Brunswick, New Jersey. There will be a shuttle service available for anyone within a 5-mile radius of the venue.

Join the Right to Life group on social media by clicking here and for further instructions on how to register for the event, click here.

Per its website, the Right to Life charitable organization says its mission “is to engage in educational efforts to develop and promote respect and reverence for the dignity, sacredness and inviolability of human life, from the moment of conception until natural death, in the society in which we live through non-legislative, legal means.”


New Jersey Right to Life is the premier, state, non-profit, grassroots organization dedicated to protecting and fostering the most basic value of our society – human life. We promote, uphold, and support reverence and respect for all innocent human life from conception to natural death, without regard to condition, or circumstances of conception, quality, age, race, religion, creed, or color, whether born or pre-born.

Join with us in promoting life, for those who cannot speak out for themselves.

Here’s more on abortion statistics across the state, per NJRTL:

Abortion is a common experience: At current rates, about one in three American women will have had an abortion by the time she reaches age 45. Moreover, a broad cross section of U.S. women have abortions. 57% of women having abortions are in their 20s; 60% have one or more children; 86% are unmarried; 57% are economically disadvantaged; 88% live in a metropolitan area; and 78% report a religious affiliation. No racial or ethnic group makes up a majority: 41% of women obtaining abortions are white non-Hispanic, 32% are black non-Hispanic, 20% are Hispanic and 7% are of other racial backgrounds.