Planned Parenthood, anti-abortion group spending, raising money in presidential race

Published on September 12, 2012 at 6:10 AM · No Comments

Planned Parenthood is planning a foray in to the presidential race by buying advertising in battleground states aimed at Mitt Romney over his abortion stance. In the meantime, an anti-abortion group is raising money in response to last week's Democratic National Convention.

The Hill: Planned Parenthood Hits Romney With Record-Breaking Ad Buy
Planned Parenthood's political arm will hit Mitt Romney over abortion with new ads in Virginia and Ohio, the group announced Monday. The ad buy, worth $3.2 million, comes as part of the largest-ever campaign effort for Planned Parenthood Votes. The group has already invested $1.4 million on ads in Iowa, Florida and Virginia. A narrator says that Romney would "turn back the clock for women" in the new 30-second spot, which began airing Monday in Virginia (Viebeck, 9/10).

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