Abortion Is on the Ballot in November

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Ohio voters will decide on abortion access in November ballot – Associated Press

Abortion is on the ballot in November, Erica – and we need your immediate support today. If you’re ready to protect abortion access in Ohio, rush an immediate donation of $10 now >> https://secure.actblue.com/donate/odp-wwgb?PERSONALLINK

Ohio Republicans have been trying to outlaw abortion for years, and it’s only gotten worse since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.Ohio is officially THE battleground for reproductive rights in 2023.

But before November, we have another ballot fight. On August 8, Republicans are trying to raise the threshold for ballot measures. They know they can’t win at the ballot box, so they’re changing the rules.

We have only a few days to stop their attempt to change the rules. And then a few months to fill our voter education and turnout fund to win in November. We’re up against anti-choice, right-wing groups that will say and do anything to end the freedom to choose.

Voters are the last line of defense to protect abortion access in Ohio. Rush an immediate donation of $10, or whatever you can spare, today to help us continue reaching voters from now until Election Day.


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