Embattled Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts’ ground game is getting a big boost from pro-life Kansans.
Representative Annie Kuster (D., N.H.) held a campaign rally on Wednesday to accept the endorsement of the pro-choice group NARAL. Apparently someone on Kuster’s campaign though it was a good idea to make the whole event Halloween themed—complete with cobwebs and skeletons—to make the point that when it comes to abortion, Republican policies are “truly frightening.”
A Virginia-based non-profit is attempting to fundraise off of a bizarre accusation that Louisiana Senate hopeful Bill Cassidy is not pro-life.
The Virginia Attorney General released an opinion that relieves medical professionals from the obligation of reporting abortions for 13 to 15 year olds as evidence of potential rape.
The big three broadcast networks dedicated all of 46 seconds to covering the March for Life in January. Those same networks spent four and a half times longer on the People’s Climate March yesterday.
Despite supposedly rigid rules on whether customers can use federal health care subsidies on insurance policies that cover abortion procedures, a Government Accountability Office investigation shows there are widespread instances of the rules being violated.
My must read of the day is “Emily’s List Candidates Are Quiet on Abortion,” in the Wall Street Journal.