Lee Fisher, U.S. Senate candidate, has been a loud, steady voice for abortion throughout his years in the public eye. On Friday, September 17th, Mr. Fisher is scheduled to join Cecile Richards, President of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, for a conference call open to the public. Ms. Richards will be in Ohio for the day, with the call scheduled for 1:30 p.m.
During the conference call, Fisher’s campaign plans to talk about “Lee’s progressive vision for Ohio and the country, the path to victory, and how voters sustained energy and involvement will put Lee Fisher across the finish line on November 2nd.”
Pro-lifers, however, would like to ask Mr. Fisher and Ms. Richards to discuss the increasing number of abortions performed in Fisher’s home county, Cuyahoga, and what they have been doing to decrease those numbers.
Sadly, Cuyahoga County consistently boasts the state’s highest numbers of abortions performed annually. In 2008, there were 10,038 abortions performed in Cuyahoga County-more than double the numbers in Franklin County (Columbus) and Hamilton County (Cincinnati).
It seems that Mr. Fisher believes that good healthcare means partnering with Planned Parenthood, the leading abortion provider in the country. What do Ms. Richards and Planned Parenthood have to say about the alarming numbers of abortions performed in Mr. Fisher’s home Cuyahoga County?
Join the call to ask Mr. Fisher and Ms. Richards what they are doing to end the alarming number of abortions happening right here in Cuyahoga county. To RSVP, click on the following link: http://action.fisherforohio.com/signup_page/cecilerichards
Source: Ohio Right to Life, September 16, 2010