There’s no place like home. Kansans resoundingly reject Phill Kline, again, and give a narrow victory to Pro-Choice Republican Lynn Jenkins over former far-right Congressman Jim Ryun.
"Pro-Life" GOP candidate for Congress Mike Erickson will have a much harder time denying today’s damning expose in The Oregonian. Allegations from his primary opponent about having paid for an abortion have been proven in this well sourced article.
Pro-life Democrats have recently scored high profile electoral victories in the Rust Belt and Deep South. But the Republican Party continues to reject even tepid supporters of reproductive rights.
Reassuring Southern voters about core social issues like abortion was likely the only way Democrats could have won recent special elections in Mississippi and Louisiana. So how can reproductive health advocates get newly-elected anti-choice Dems to work with us?
Mike Erickson, the candidate who paid for a girlfriend’s abortion, wins Oregon primary. Story updated.
Oregon Right to Life calls on anti-choice candidate who paid for girlfriend’s abortion two years ago to quit race. But they sat on the story for two years.
Democrats are three for three in picking up long-held GOP seats in special elections.
Paying for sex or drugs can sink a politician’s career — but what about paying for an abortion?
Democrat Don Cazayoux beat the far-right Republican Woody Jenkins, 49-46 percent, in Saturday’s special election in a heavily GOP district in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.