According to this great Mother Jones article. If you try to attack reproductive rights, then women won’t vote for you.
Rep. Stephen Lynch has a lot of nerve!
He had the audacity to say that military women don’t deserve the same access to abortion services as other American women.
And that’s why we need you! Rep. Lynch is running the Democratic primary election for the state’s open Senate seat, and we can’t let him win. Share this graphic to spread the word.
Anti-choice lawmakers are saying that attacking women’s reproductive rights in their campaigns was a very bad idea.
But the anti-choice agenda in the many states shows us a very different picture.
Watch this clip around 3:30 to learn more.
Mitt Romney accused President Obama of winning young voters over with the “gift” of no-cost birth control.
Our mistake - we thought that was just President Obama understanding how important birth control is to women’s reproductive health and future.
When anti-choice candidates make legitimately disgusting and dangerous comments about rape survivors, voters have a way of shutting that whole thing down.
Note: Paul Ryan may have lost as VP candidate, but he was re-elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.