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Group: National Pro-Life Alliance (NPLA)
In election cycles: All
In state: All
On issue: All
* - denotes winner

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1 of 7 records
National Pro-Life Alliance (NPLA) (overview)
Contest:
Wayne Allard - incumb. (R) 51% *
v. Tom Strickland (D) 46%
Colorado 2002
Senate/General
Election Activity:
Mailing said, "Tom Strickland consistently helped kill pro-life legislation when he was Colorado's governor." Strickland was never governor of Colorado.
Candidate Praised:µ None Mentioned
Candidate Criticized:µ Tom Strickland
Issue Covered:
Spending on Contest: N/A
Last Confirmed Date of Activity: 11/01/2002
Sources: ( 1 )

2 of 7 records
National Pro-Life Alliance (NPLA) (overview)
Contest:
Max Cleland - incumb. (D) 46%
v. Saxby Chambliss (R) 53% *
Georgia 2002
Senate/General
Election Activity:
"America was outraged when two New Jersey teenagers checked into a Delaware hotel and delivered and disposed of their newborn baby…in a dumpster. Most Americans couldn't believe that defenseless human life could be so coldly snuffed out. But incredibly, if a doctor had been present that day in Delaware and delivered the infant all but one inch from full birth and then killed him, it would have been perfectly legal. Instead of murder or manslaughter, it would have been called a partial-birth abortion. Killing late in the third trimester, killing just one inch from full birth, partial-birth abortion inflicts a violent death on thousands of babies each year." The ad then mentioned that Max Cleland "voted to continue this grisly procedure," and asked voters to call and convince him to change his stance on the issue.
Candidate Praised:µ None Mentioned
Candidate Criticized:µ Max Cleland
Issue Covered: 10
Spending on Contest: N/A
Last Confirmed Date of Activity: N/A
Sources: ( 2 3 4 )

3 of 7 records
National Pro-Life Alliance (NPLA) (overview)
Contest:
Tom Harkin - incumb. (D) 54% *
v. Greg Ganske (R) 44%
Iowa 2002
Senate/General
Election Activity:
"America was outraged when two New Jersey teenagers checked into a Delaware hotel and delivered and disposed of their newborn baby…in a dumpster. Most Americans couldn't believe that defenseless human life could be so coldly snuffed out. But incredibly, if a doctor had been present that day in Delaware and delivered the infant all but one inch from full birth and then killed him, it would have been perfectly legal. Instead of murder or manslaughter, it would have been called a partial-birth abortion. Killing late in the third trimester, killing just one inch from full birth, partial-birth abortion inflicts a violent death on thousands of babies each year." The ad then mentioned that Tom Harkin "voted to continue this grisly procedure," and asked voters to call and convince him to change his stance on the issue.
Candidate Praised:µ None Mentioned
Candidate Criticized:µ Tom Harkin
Issue Covered: 10
Spending on Contest: N/A
Last Confirmed Date of Activity: N/A
Sources: ( 5 6 7 )

4 of 7 records
National Pro-Life Alliance (NPLA) (overview)
Contest:
Paul Wellstone - incumb. (D) N/A
v. Norm Coleman (R) N/A
Minnesota 2002
Senate/General
Election Activity:
"America was outraged when two New Jersey teenagers checked into a Delaware hotel and delivered and disposed of their newborn baby…in a dumpster. Most Americans couldn't believe that defenseless human life could be so coldly snuffed out. But incredibly, if a doctor had been present that day in Delaware and delivered the infant all but one inch from full birth and then killed him, it would have been perfectly legal. Instead of murder or manslaughter, it would have been called a partial-birth abortion. Killing late in the third trimester, killing just one inch from full birth, partial-birth abortion inflicts a violent death on thousands of babies each year." The ad then mentioned that Paul Wellstone "voted to continue this grisly procedure," and asked voters to call and convince him to change his stance on the issue.
Candidate Praised:µ None Mentioned
Candidate Criticized:µ Paul Wellstone
Issue Covered: 10
Spending on Contest: $50,000
Last Confirmed Date of Activity: 10/15/2002
Sources: ( 8 9 10 )

5 of 7 records
National Pro-Life Alliance (NPLA) (overview)
Contest:
Jean Carnahan - incumb. (D) 49%
v. Jim Talent (R) 50% *
Missouri 2002
Senate/General
Election Activity:
"America was outraged when two New Jersey teenagers checked into a Delaware hotel and delivered and disposed of their newborn baby…in a dumpster. Most Americans couldn't believe that defenseless human life could be so coldly snuffed out. But incredibly, if a doctor had been present that day in Delaware and delivered the infant all but one inch from full birth and then killed him, it would have been perfectly legal. Instead of murder or manslaughter, it would have been called a partial-birth abortion. Killing late in the third trimester, killing just one inch from full birth, partial-birth abortion inflicts a violent death on thousands of babies each year." The ad then mentioned that Jean Carnahan "voted to continue this grisly procedure," and asked voters to call and convince her to change her stance on the issue.
Candidate Praised:µ None Mentioned
Candidate Criticized:µ Jean Carnahan
Issue Covered: 10
Spending on Contest: N/A
Last Confirmed Date of Activity: N/A
Sources: ( 11 12 13 )

6 of 7 records
National Pro-Life Alliance (NPLA) (overview)
Contest:
Max Baucus - incumb. (D) 63% *
v. Michael A. Taylor (R) 32%
Montana 2002
Senate/General
Election Activity:
"America was outraged when two New Jersey teenagers checked into a Delaware hotel and delivered and disposed of their newborn baby…in a dumpster. Most Americans couldn't believe that defenseless human life could be so coldly snuffed out. But incredibly, if a doctor had been present that day in Delaware and delivered the infant all but one inch from full birth and then killed him, it would have been perfectly legal. Instead of murder or manslaughter, it would have been called a partial-birth abortion. Killing late in the third trimester, killing just one inch from full birth, partial-birth abortion inflicts a violent death on thousands of babies each year." The ad then mentioned that Max Baucus "voted to continue this grisly procedure," and asked voters to call and convince him to change his stance on the issue.
Candidate Praised:µ None Mentioned
Candidate Criticized:µ Max Baucus
Issue Covered: 10
Spending on Contest: N/A
Last Confirmed Date of Activity: 10/01/2002
Sources: ( 14 15 16 17 )

7 of 7 records
National Pro-Life Alliance (NPLA) (overview)
Contest:
Charles Robb - incumb. (D) 48%
v. George Allen (R) 52% *
Virginia 2000
Senate/General
Election Activity:
"America was outraged when two New Jersey teenagers checked into a Delaware hotel and delivered and disposed of their newborn baby…in a dumpster. Most Americans couldn't believe that defenseless human life could be so coldly snuffed out. But incredibly, if a doctor had been present that day in Delaware and delivered the infant all but one inch from full birth and then killed him, it would have been perfectly legal. Instead of murder or manslaughter, it would have been called a partial-birth abortion. Killing late in the third trimester, killing just one inch from full birth, partial-birth abortion inflicts a violent death on thousands of babies each year." The ad then mentioned that Charles Robb "voted to continue this grisly procedure," and asked voters to call and convince him to change his stance on the issue.
Candidate Praised:µ None Mentioned
Candidate Criticized:µ Charles Robb
Issue Covered: 10
Spending on Contest: $2,608
Last Confirmed Date of Activity: 10/24/2000
Sources: ( 18 )

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Election activities are those that were found by Public Citizen to raise significant questions as to whether they met the IRS definition of political expenditures, which covers activities "intended to influence the selection, nomination, election, or appointment of anyone to a federal, state, or local public office, or office in a political organization." Activities were found in news reports, organizations' Web sites and press releases, and academic studies. The examples published here are not all encompassing.
Candidates' names are followed by their incumbency status, if any ("incumb."); party affiliations (R, D or other); and percentage of vote received, followed by the jurisdiction of the election, year of election, office sought, and whether the contest was a general or primary election. The victorious candidate is denoted with an asterisk. Percentages of votes received are not included for presidential primaries or caucuses.
µ Typically, electioneering messages by independent groups only mention one candidate. The "Candidate Praised" and "Candidate Criticized" headings refer to candidates mentioned by name in a positive or negative light. If the electioneering message did not single out a candidate for praise or criticism, "None Mentioned" is entered under the appropriate heading. However, if Public Citizen learned of a message but did not obtain a verbatim account of its content, (e.g., a news report said that a certain group sent direct mail aiding a certain candidate), the candidate that the group favored is listed under "Candidate Praised" and "Unknown" is listed under "Candidate Criticized."
 
1   "Run, Tom, Run," Rocky Mountain News, Nov. 1, 2002.
2   "Senate Report Montana: Baucus Touts Bush Praise," American Political Network, Oct. 1, 2002.
3   Eric Black, "Abortion Foes Air Ads Criticizing Wellstone's Stance," Star Tribune, Sept. 4, 2002.
4   "Lifeline," National Pro-Life Alliance Newsletter, Winter 2003.
5   "Lifeline," National Pro-Life Alliance Newsletter, Winter 2003.
6   Eric Black, "Abortion Foes Air Ads Criticizing Wellstone's Stance," Star Tribune, Sept. 4, 2002.
7   "Senate Report Montana: Baucus Touts Bush Praise," American Political Network, Oct. 1, 2002.
8   Eric Black, "Abortion Foes Air Ads Criticizing Wellstone's Stance," Star Tribune, Sept. 4, 2002.
9   "Senate Report Montana: Baucus Touts Bush Praise," American Political Network, Oct. 1, 2002.
10   "Lifeline," National Pro-Life Alliance Newsletter, Winter 2003.
11   "Lifeline," National Pro-Life Alliance Newsletter, Winter 2003.
12   "Senate Report Montana: Baucus Touts Bush Praise," American Political Network, Oct. 1, 2002.
13   Eric Black, "Abortion Foes Air Ads Criticizing Wellstone's Stance," Star Tribune, Sept. 4, 2002.
14   "Montana Senate Race Focus of Pro-Life Campaign," Billings Gazette, Oct. 1, 2002.
15   "Senate Report Montana: Baucus Touts Bush Praise," American Political Network, Oct. 1, 2002.
16   "Lifeline," National Pro-Life Alliance Newsletter, Winter 2003.
17   Eric Black, "Abortion Foes Air Ads Criticizing Wellstone's Stance," Star Tribune, Sept. 4, 2002.
18   Campaign Media Analysis Group (CMAG) Reports, 2000.



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