Planned Parenthood Make Mega Biden Campaign Donation

( – Planned Parenthood first began in 1916 as a birth control clinic in New York. Now, the organization has locations all across the country with a mission to provide affordable health care to Americans. While many associate Planned Parenthood with abortion services, the organization provides a wide array of health services, including contraception, sex education, family planning, and cancer screenings. Recently, the organization revealed plans to support President Joe Biden.

Planned Parenthood Votes, a Planned Parenthood super political action committee (PAC), announced it plans to spend $40 million ahead of the November presidential election to support Biden and congressional Democrats. The group will concentrate on several states, including Wisconsin, Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Montana, New Hampshire, and New York.

The money will reportedly go toward canvassing programs, TV ads, mail advertising, phone banking, and digital efforts to reach voters. Volunteers will also be recruited to help with the effort.

The super PAC’s Executive Director Jenny Lawson said the group plans to make abortion the centerpiece of the message to “energize voters” who care about women’s rights. She concluded that the message will enable pro-choice politicians to win in November.

Lawson said the organization has watched the “devastation that comes when anti-abortion politicians have power,” adding that “it’s just gotten worse” over time. During the 2020 election cycle, Planned Parenthood Votes spent $45 million to support Democratic candidates in several states, including some of the areas it plans to focus on this time around. It also spent $50 million during the midterm elections in 2022 — with success.

Lawson talked about the abortion bans and restrictions following the overturning of Roe v. Wade in 2022, in addition to the recent attacks against IVF. She vowed that her organization would “make sure lawmakers” either fight for or support women’s rights to control their bodies or be voted out. Abortion remains a hot-button issue for voters heading into November.

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