Personhood Campaign Guidelines

Lessons Learned
from the 2008 & 2010 Colorado Campaigns
that Launched Today's Personhood Movement

The leaders of American Right To Life were involved with Colorado's 2008 and 2010 Personhood campaigns from beginning to end. In the hope of hastening future victories, we are sharing some of the lessons learned with those across the U.S. fighting for the recognition of personhood.

Wash. Times quotes ARTL on "Octo-mom's" doctor

The Washington Times quotes ARTL in reporting on the malpractice accusations against Dr. Michael Kamrava, the "Octo-mom's" fertility doctor:

Bob Enyart, spokesman for American Right To Life, said he agrees with the medical board's action and insists that fertility doctors need boundaries, including treating embryos as persons rather than disposable commodities.

"Recognizing the personhood of these kids will end up protecting doctors, their patients, and their patient's children," he said.

CRTL announces revolutionary CampaignTracker

MEDIA ADVISORY, July 2 /Christian Newswire/ — Colorado’s Amendment 62 personhood campaign is set to launch a remarkable Internet tool,, on July 4th, 2010. The Tracker will help our state secure recognition of the right to life acknowledged by America’s Declaration of Independence: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life…”

“We have human rights because we are made in our Creator’s image and likeness,” said amendment co-sponsor Leslie Hanks, “and therefore we have a moral obligation to protect and love our children, born and preborn.” is a multi-functioning website designed to capitalize on the grassroots personhood movement in Colorado, and will be utilized to saturate the state with grassroots activity through November’s election.

ARTL Corrects Bush Record in Indy

May 2010

As the 2010 politican season was heating up and Republicans again pay attention to pro-life Christians, former president George W. Bush spoke on April 15, 2010 to 4,000 people at an Indianapolis fundraiser for Life Centers network of CPCs.

American RTL members showed up make sure that every attendee had the opportunity to get the truth. The ARTL event flyer was placed on every car parked for the event at Conseco Fieldhouse where George Bush repeated his well crafted lie that he is pro-life to a crowd of mostly God-fearing, well-intentioned but deceived pro-lifers funding Life Centers (whose mission and people are praiseworthy but whose method of raising funds by further deceiving Christians and disguising a pro-choice politican as pro-life is worthy of rebuke).