This week Planned Parenthood Action Fund reportedly launched a six-figure ad campaign against President Trump and two U.S. Senators from North Carolina and Maine.
All told, Planned Parenthood has promised to spend at least $45 million this year in an effort to unseat pro-life lawmakers and elect candidates who support abortion.
In Arkansas, Planned Parenthood’s political action committee is actively fundraising, and the organization has endorsed candidates for state legislature.
Here’s the good news:
Abortionists see the writing on the wall. Even they believe that it’s only a matter of time before the U.S. Supreme Court dismantles its 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling.
States like Arkansas are leading the fight to protect unborn children.
Pollsters have consistently found voters do not agree with Planned Parenthood’s radical pro-abortion policies.
We are successfully building a culture of life in Arkansas. But abortionists still plan to put up a fight in 2020.
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