Voters in Georgia have a pretty clear choice when it comes to a candidate for U.S. Senate — the Planned Parenthood endorsed Michelle Nun or David Perdue, who has the support of pro-life groups.
The nation’s biggest abortion business is spending heavily to trash Perdue and make voters in Georgia wrongly think he opposes birth control. From a story:
With Democrats increasingly pinning their hopes on Michelle Nunn winning a Georgia Senate seat, Planned Parenthood is among the groups sending reinforcements. For the first time, the organization’s advocacy and political arms are jumping into the race with digital ads and direct mail to about 75,000 voters in the Atlanta area.
One ad shows a young black woman and the words “Georgia women can’t afford David Perdue.” Another notes he would “eliminate no-copay birth control” and “doesn’t support equal pay.”
Perdue said in a questionnaire for the National Right to Life Committee that he opposes abortion except to save a woman’s life, or in the case of rape and incest reported to a law enforcement agency. He said he would support a federal ban on abortions after 20 weeks, legislation that has already passed the House of Representatives and been introduced in the Senate, as well as vote to defund Planned Parenthood.
EMILY’s List, another pro-choice Democratic group that has endorsed Nunn, has added another $200,000 to its television buy in Georgia, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported, bringing the total to $600,000.
Meanwhile, the pro-life group Georgia Life Alliance is up with a new ad supporting Perdue. Watch it below: