The handout, a chart labeled "The Stakes Are High," praises Perry as someone who "has always been active in the pro-life movement" and lines him up alongside Sen. John Cornyn.
Hutchison is listed alongside Obama with the note: "Senator Hutchison supports legal abortion until viability and has called for the removal or weakening of the pro-life plank of the Republican party."
Hutchison's campaign spokesmen have said that she supports restrictions on abortion and that she has voted with abortion opponents "90 percent" of the time.
The handouts were distributed by Burleson banker Shanda Perkins, a recent Perry appointee to the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles, pictured here. She described herself as a Tarrant and Johnson County chair for the Perry campaign.
"People need to be informed of the voting records," she said.
A spokesman for the Texas Ethics Commission said that as long as the total bill for printing handouts was less than $500, the handout is not covered by the law that would otherwise require disclosure on anything distributed by a campaign.
The handouts apparently came from the Web site of Pearland pastor Rick Scarborough and originated in a letter signed by religious conservatives, including Aledo historian and author David Barton.