On Thursday Planned Parenthood’s political action committee filed a report with the Secretary of State’s office showing the abortion giant engaged in no political campaigning in Arkansas during April, May, and June of this year.
So far the only electioneering Planned Parenthood has reported in Arkansas this year is $2,900 given to Lisa Carole Parks (D – Springdale) on January 31 in support of her special election campaign for State Senate District 7.
Parks lost that special election in February, but since then she has filed to run for State Senate in the 2022 general election this November.
Now that Roe v. Wade has been reversed and abortion policies can be set at the state level, many pro-lifers expect groups like Planned Parenthood to turn their attention toward influencing state elections.
Planned Parenthood’s political action committee reportedly has a little over $12,000 that it could spend influencing elections in Arkansas this year.