Pro-Life Rally Draws Nearly 100 Supporters in Downtown South Bend, Outnumbers Pro-Abortion Counter-Protest

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Voices For Life hosted a pro-life rally on Monday afternoon in downtown South Bend outside the federal courthouse, which drew nearly a hundred grassroots activists, local faith leaders and federal & state legislators.

U.S. Congresswoman Jackie Walorski (R-2nd District) rallied attendants and highlighted her record as a staunch pro-life representative. Walorski gave a shout out to South Bend-native Justice Amy Coney Barrett, and looked forward to Republicans’ expected gains in the U.S. House & Senate in November.

“We are here for such a time as this, and Americans understand that,” Walorski said. “They understand we’re in the majority in this Country. And we’ll see what happens in November.”   

State Representative Jake Teshka also addressed rallygoers, vowing to do everything in his power to enact legislation in Indiana to protect the unborn. Teshka will join the Indiana General Assembly special session early next month.

“I am committed to voting to protect life from the moment of conception here in Indiana,” Teshka said. “This is a vote of a lifetime for me.”

Voices For Life grabbed several headlines from local mainstream outlets. Although a left-wing, pro-abortion rally was held across the street at the same time, the Voices For Life rally outnumbered that rally, according to official counts.

Voices For Life is spearheading two major initiatives, including bus trips to Indianapolis from each Congressional district, as well as an upcoming letter-writing initiative to support pro-life legislation in Indiana.

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