Thirteen months ago I reported on pro-life activist Randall Terry’s dream to run for U.S. president strictly so as to air graphic abortion ads during Super Bowl XLVI on February 5, 2012.

And by golly if Terry isn’t going to do it.

Terry is in the process of buying ad time in 35 NBC metropolitan media markets and is working on more (having secured two to date). These are:

  Arkansas: Fort Smith/Rogers
  Colorado: Denver, Colorado Springs/Pueblo, Grand Junction
  Hawaii: Hilo, Honolulu, Wailuku
  Illinois: Quincy
  Indiana: Fort Wayne
  Maine: Bangor, Portland
  Minnesota: Minneapolis
  Missouri: Kansas City, Joplin, Ottumwa, St. Joseph, St. Louis, Springfield
  Nevada: Elko
  North Dakota: Fargo
  Ohio: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Lima, Steubenville, Toledo, Youngstown, Zanesville
  Oklahoma: Oklahoma City, Tulsa
  South Dakota: Sioux Falls
  Texas: Amarillo, Wichita Falls
  Utah: Salt Lake City

Ads run in all these media markets would reach 16 million homes, well over 35 million Americans. Due to federal law, stations are forced to run ads by federal candidates uncensored.

Terry is drafting a new ad for the Super Bowl, but it will most closely resemble this one:


Airing graphic ads during the Super Bowl represents a unique opportunity to show a huge number Americans the truth about abortion during the one time a year they actually look forward to watching commercials rather than ignoring them. Donate to air the ads here. The more money Terry gets, the more times he can run the ad.

Terry has already run graphic abortion ads in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, and Nebraska and is currently running them in Boston, Maine, and New Hampshire. And they get reaction wherever they air.

Reprinted with permission from JillStanek.com