Supporting social and political organizations Planned Parenthoodowner of the largest network of reproductive health clinics United States of Americalaunched a campaign to encourage voting for candidates. to protect the right abortion In the legislative elections in this country in November.
The name of this campaign, which is the largest investment in the election of 50 million dollars, is ‘Take control’ and “will help select advocates for sexual and reproductive health and rights, including abortionon the ballot and across the country from top to bottom,” he said.
The United States Supreme Court’s June decision revoking the constitutional protection of the right to abortion, which has been in effect since 1973, is changing the map of the country on reproductive rights. or forbid this law.
According to Planned Parenthood, this campaign’s “strategic investments” will go precisely to states that position themselves to ban or expand access to sexual and reproductive health services.
Investment in six states
So investment going to six states where abortion is legal but already has many restrictions: Georgia, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Arizona, North Carolina, and Michigan, and three places where it’s legal and accessible: Nevada, Minnesota, and New Hampshire.
There will be protests in the states of Colorado, California and Maine, which do not have abortion restrictions, and in Ohio and Florida, with many obstacles.
The entire program Will try to reach 6 million voters through voluntary and paid campaigns, phone calls, mail, television and digital advertising.
Planned Parenthood chair Jenny Lawson said the Supreme Court and politicians against abortion were “depriving people of their constitutional rights” and “the ability to make personal decisions”. health care.”
He warned that these politicians “disconnected from reality” Whether they win or stay in power, they “will continue to do everything in their power to ban all abortions, imprisoned healthcare providers and pregnant women and endanger the health and lives of pregnant women across the country.”
According to Lawson, Americans don’t want to get to this point, and he was confident that in the November election they would take “control” and choose reproductive health advocates who trust women to make their own decisions about their bodies, lives and futures.
The campaign already has a Spanish version (www.tomaelcontrol2022.org) and a website (www.takecontrol2022.org) that will launch next week.