The Australian Christian Lobby has letter boxed the electorates of six state Nationals MPs, including Port Macquarie's Leslie Williams, who are supportive of the bill to decriminalise abortion in NSW.
The flyer, which features a fetus, was delivered to letter boxes on Thursday September 12.
Along with Mrs Williams other state MPs targeted include, deputy premier John Barilaro in Monaro, Dugald Saunders in Dubbo; Coffs Harbour's Gurmesh Singh; Northern Tablelands' Adam Marshall and Steph Cooke from Cootamundra.
The NSW director for the Australian Christian Lobby Kieren Jackson authorised the flyer.
Mr Jackson described the bill as "an extreme piece of work".
"It allows late-term abortion, sex-selective abortion, and does nothing to protect babies born alive as a result of an abortion attempt," he said.
"The fact that only two Nationals Party MPs out of thirteen voted against the bill shows just how out of touch the party is on this issue.
"Nationals MPs in the upper house now have an opportunity to show they have woken up to the extreme nature of this bill.
"We have seen how this issue has damaged the Liberal Party, but it's also damaged the Nationals."
The delivery of the flyers follows protests outside National Party branch meetings in Gunnedah last week and Tamworth last night where hundreds of locals protested Nationals MP Kevin Anderson's vote for the bill.
Mrs Williams was one the co-sponsors of the bill - the Reproductive Health Care Reform Bill 2019.
The MP acknowledged the issue was a "sensitive, emotive and complex issue" during an address to state parliament in August.
The flyer says that "Leslie Williams, National Party MP for Port Macquarie" is "out of touch".
The reverse side asks the reader to "look at Leslie Williams' voting record on abortion".
There are four red crosses next to the words: voted for NSW's radical abortion-to-birth bill; voted for late term abortion; voted against banning sex selection abortion; and, voted against saving babies who are born alive, despite an abortion attempt.
The flyer then ends with the wording: "Leslie Williams is out of touch with the people of Port Macquarie and NSW".
Mrs Williams successfully moved an amendment to the bill that successfully tightens termination based on gender selection.
The MP also clarified her position at a press conference with Nationals leader and deputy premier John Barilaro in Port Macquarie on August 15.
"It was clear that NSW MPs absolutely oppose terminations based on gender selection," she said at the time.
"We could not have made it any clearer.
"This debate (on gender selection) is absolutely contrary to what was passed in the amendment.
"I think we have done the right thing to decriminalise abortion in NSW."
Premier Gladys Berejiklian has delayed a vote on the abortion bill which passed the lower house 59 votes to 31.
This follows moves by several lower house MPs to cross the floor and vote against the bill. There have also been a number of rallies from both sides of the debate.
The Australian Christian Lobby says it has not ruled out expanding their campaign to target other MPs who voted for the dangerous bill.
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