FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Texas conservatives invited to Capitol for Faith and Family Day
Austin, Texas—March 15, 2017: Tomorrow, conservative Texans will gather at the Texas Capitol for Faith and Family Day. Texas Right to Life and several influential conservative groups, including Texas Values, Texas Eagle Forum, Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, and the Texas Home School Coalition Association, among others, are sponsoring the day of education and legislative advocacy. The event will focus on family values issues, especially those at stake in 85th Session of the Texas Legislature.
The day will begin with a briefing session in the Capitol Auditorium. Leaders from each group involved in the event will share important updates about legislative priorities. Attendees of Faith and Family Day will receive packets to assist them in conversations with their elected officials in the afternoon. Texas Right to Life will share the 2017 Pro-Life Priority Legislation, including important updates on the Dismemberment Abortion Ban.
At noon, Faith and Family Day participants will gather for a rally on the South Steps of the Capitol. The rally will feature Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and Rev. Rafael Cruz, the father of U.S. Senator and 2016 presidential candidate Ted Cruz. Following the rally, attendees will have the opportunity to visit legislators’ offices to encourage them to support faith and family values in Texas.
Faith and Family Day is a free event, and all conservative Texans are encouraged to attend. Texas Right to Life looks forward to being part of this powerful day of education and advocacy. Conservative Texans will have the opportunity to meet with state leaders advancing important faith and family causes. Led by stalwart conservatives Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and Rev. Rafael Cruz, participants will rally with fellow conservatives. Equipped with information and galvanized by the event, Faith and Family Day attendees can meet with their elected officials to discuss important policy initiatives. The Right to Life is a cause central to the conservative platform, and Texas Right to Life is honored to be part of Faith and Family Day.