“Vote Anti-Abortion” will be the message from Created Equal to citizens as a voter-education campaign comes to Tampa on November 3, 2016 and St. Petersburg on November 5. This initiative travels across the swing states of Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida in the days before the 2016 Presidential election. The “Vote Anti-Abortion” Florida campaign includes Jacksonville, Orlando, Tampa, St. Petersburg and Miami.

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Created Equal’s “battleground tour” encourages voters to cast their ballot against abortion. The national pro-life advocacy group is using images of abortion victims on airplane tow banners, billboard trucks and jumbo-tron television screens.

WHAT: “Vote Anti-Abortion” voter-education outreach and aerial airplane banners

WHEN & WHERE:

Thursday, November 3, 2016, 1 to 4 p.m. (Eastern) over Tampa Bay Buccaneers Game

Friday, November 4, 2016 11 to 2 p.m.(Eastern) over downtown Tampa

Saturday, November 5, 2016, over St. Pete Beach

Mark Harrington, National Director of Created Equal, is reaching out to voters, urging them to vote against the killing of pre-born children. This initiative follows a successful bid targeting delegates and party leadership during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland to keep pro-life planks in the Republican Party Platform. Created Equal also confronted the attendees at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia about their party’s support of barbaric abortion practices. Harrington and Created Equal believe that their convention success paves the way for a fruitful effort in this outreach.

“We are facing the most important election of my lifetime. Our nation’s fate and the lives of millions of preborn children hangs in the balance this election,” explained Harrington.  “2016 is a turning point for America. We are on the streets, on the road, and in the air. Our comprehensive outreach campaign will educate thousands of voters in battleground states.”

The campaign will feature rallies, banners and signs – some bearing graphic images of aborted babies. To those who are put off by the pictures, Harrington explains, “We believe that there’s a double standard out there. You can show all kinds of other horrifying images, but you can’t show abortion. We’re not going to accept that.” He adds, “It’s working. We’ve got people talking, debating it, and people won’t forget these pictures once they see them.”