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Planned Parenthood To Invest Record $50 Million on Pivotal Midterm Elections

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Planned Parenthood , To Invest Record $50 Million , on Pivotal Midterm Elections.
AP reports that the nation's leading reproductive health care provider is investing heavily in elections
where abortion rights are on the ballot.
The efforts will be aimed at governors' offices, Senate seats and legislative races in nine states where access to abortion hinges on the outcome of the election. .
According to Planned Parenthood, the funding will be focused in , Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
Who wins in these midterm elections will
determine whether a state has access to
abortion and potentially determine whether
we will face a national abortion ban, Jenny Lawson, executive director of Planned
Parenthood Votes, via Associated Press.
We will be clear about
who is on which side, Jenny Lawson, executive director of Planned
Parenthood Votes, via Associated Press.
AP reports that abortion has already
been banned or heavily restricted
in about a dozen Republican-led states. .
When people go to vote this November,
nearly half of the folks voting could be living
in a state that either has already banned
abortion or is quickly moving to ban abortion.
These are entirely new circumstances, Jenny Lawson, executive director of Planned
Parenthood Votes, via Associated Press.
There are a lot of issues people care about, certainly, but the state of abortion access is absolutely one of the defining issues this November, Jenny Lawson, executive director of Planned
Parenthood Votes, via Associated Press.
Planned Parenthood has set a goal of contacting
6 million voters in a campaign to drive election day
turnout by Democrats and independents.
Planned Parenthood has set a goal of contacting
6 million voters in a campaign to drive election day
turnout by Democrats and independents