Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Votes Launches Major Digital and Mail Campaign

Posted on October 4, 2018

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Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Votes Launches Major Digital and Mail Campaign

Harrisburg, PA (October 3, 2018) – Today, Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Votes (PPPV) launched a six-figure digital ad and direct mail campaign designed to reach and educate voters on reproductive health issues before Election Day.

The investment in digital and mail is approximately $377,000. These campaigns are part of a $2.5 million investment — the largest ever in a midterm election — that PPPV launched to re-elect Tom Wolf and reproductive health care champions in down ballot races.

Health care has been a topic on Pennsylvania voters’ minds this election season with support for abortion access being at an all-time high in PA. PPPV’s digital ads will focus on the Governor’s race with ads running in both English and Spanish to target Latinx voters.

The mail campaign will target races in 10 House and Senate districts in eastern PA.

Statement by Sari Stevens, Executive Director, Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Votes:

This midterm election is the most important one in our generation’s fight for reproductive health and rights. From a Supreme Court nominee who supports overturning Roe v. Wade to the domestic gag rule to abortion ban bills here in Pennsylvania, we need elected officials who will continue to fight for women and men who use Planned Parenthood’s services and who want access to safe, legal abortion. Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Votes is all in behind Governor Wolf, who has shown over and over that he supports these issues. And, we are working to elect other reproductive health champions who will fight for us in Harrisburg and in Washington.


About Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Votes

Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Votes (PPPV) is a political action committee affiliated with Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Advocates, the statewide advocacy arm of Planned Parenthood in Pennsylvania. Because PPPV’s activities are not coordinated with any candidate or candidate’s committee, PPPV works independently to elect candidates to public office who support access to reproductive health care, including family planning and legal abortion.

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