Cecile Richards, Planned Parenthood's president, addresses an audience during an event Sunday, Jan. 10, 2016, in Hooksett, N.H., during which Planned Parenthood endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in the presidential race. The endorsement by the group's political arm marks Planned Parenthood's first time wading into a presidential primary. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

Planned Parenthood to spend $3M to elect Ralph Northam

Planned Parenthood claims that they need our tax dollars to fund women’s health procedures. Instead, the supposed non-partisan organization is once again pandering to the Democratic Party to protect their murder of the unborn.

Planned Parenthood Advocates of Virginia plans on spending $3 million in an attempt to help Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam win in Virginia.

According to a statement on the group’s Facebook page, they believe that Northam will work to protect “every woman’s right to make the best choices for herself and her family.” The group plans to knock on approximately 300,000 doors and send mail to over 400,000 people.

“Everything about women’s health is at stake,” Jennifer Allen, chief executive of Planned Parenthood Virginia PAC and Planned Parenthood Advocates of Virginia said. “It’s really clear that Virginians want and need a fierce champion like Dr. Northam to stand up for them and to stand up for women’s health.”

Gillespie has raised almost twice as much as Northam in campaign funds for the general election, and says he would legislation that would cut state payments to Planned Parenthood.

In Jon Ossoff’s failed bid for Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District seat, Planned Parenthood spent $734,000.

Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion vendor, receives approximately $500 million a year in taxpayer funding. Planned Parenthood also spent $38 million on Hillary Clinton’s failed presidential campaign in 2016.

The facts speak for themselves: Planned Parenthood betrays women, and they don’t need our tax dollars.

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