Big ground game and new radio ad from Planned Parenthood Votes

Here’s the latest really good radio ad from Planned Parenthood Votes, which supports Sen. Mark Begich and continues to have a huge presence in Senate race. It’s organizing the largest get out the vote effort that PP Votes has ever done in Alaska. According to the group’s spokesperson, volunteers have already knocked on over 41,000 nearly 35,000 doors as of Thursday morning and made over 16,000 phone calls. About 50 PP supporters showed up to rally in front of last night’s KTUU Senate debate, where not a single women’s health care question was asked.


6 thoughts on “Big ground game and new radio ad from Planned Parenthood Votes

  1. AH HA

    I’ll be damn. Somebody gets it.

    I’m not poking fun at you, I’m just stunned you exist.
    You are able to think on your own and are also willing to do so, an exceedingly rare ability that will serve you well in every aspect of your life.

  2. Tom Bodett

    To get that upset about someone’s personal opinion, is a sign of a weak constitution. I think your issues may be more deep seeded and in need of serious attention. Good luck with all that.

  3. Gerry

    The right, the left, the baby killers, and saviors. I’m sick of the zealots on both extremes of the political spectrum. Wouldn’t the world be a better ace without the extremists and hatred that these people represent?

  4. Lenny Griswald

    I wonder why Amanda hasn’t reported on the number of doors knocked by conservative groups as well? AFP? V2RD?

  5. smh

    My deepest wish, is for people with such little clue as you possess to NOT reproduce… yet you love to do it.

    Your idiocy burns me, it burns my eyes, it stings me in the core of logic and rational thought. I cannot believe we both are products of the same nation.

  6. anonymous

    The liberals decry the Koch brothers for supporting candidates and “buying elections.” Liberals are such hypocrites. Planned Un-Parenthood — or more accurately, Planned Genocide — is trying to buy this election in Alaska. The hypocrisy and motives are sickening. They’re not at all concerned about women’s “issues,” whatever that umbrella term means. They’re number one goal is to set up camp in poor and minority neighborhoods and wipe out entire generations of people, especially minorities, through abortion. Their founder Margaret Sanger was a proponent of eugenics and eliminating the “feeble-minded” and “unfit.” And they’re proud of Sanger’s ‘legacy.’ Why doesn’t anyone in the media talk about Sanger and analyze PP’s history, finances and stats?

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