Last week the Planned Parenthood Great Plains Votes Arkansas political action committee reported that it has raised $4,558.29 since the beginning of the year.

The report reveals that Planned Parenthood’s Arkansas PAC received much of its financial support from retirees living in Little Rock.

All told, Planned Parenthood has approximately $18,000 on hand.

Planned Parenthood has pledged to spend at least $45 million on elections in 2020.

The group’s goal is to defeat President Trump, flip the U.S. Senate, maintain Democratic control of the House of Representatives, and support liberal candidates in state races.

In 2018 Planned Parenthood’s political action committee in Arkansas received $10,000 from Planned Parenthood’s main office in New York.

The PAC gave some of that money to candidates running against Rep. Carlton Wing (R – North Little Rock), Rep. Jim Sorvillo (R – Little Rock), Rep. Mark Lowery (R – Maumelle), and Sen. Jason Rapert (R – Conway).

States like Arkansas are leading the fight to protect unborn children, and even many liberal pundits agree it’s only a matter of time before the U.S. Supreme Court dismantles the Roe v. Wade ruling.

Perhaps that is why Planned Parenthood is poised to spend so much money on the 2020 elections.

Pollsters have consistently found voters do not agree with Planned Parenthood’s radical pro-abortion policies.

We are successfully building a culture that values unborn children, but we still have a lot of work left to do.