A True Halloween Horror
Atayan wants to make the laws banning a woman’s right to choose and Donovan wants to enforce them! By the time their done, women will have absolutely no control over their reproductive rights and, thus, also not over their economic, social, or political lives.
Atayan is running against staunch pro-choice advocate Amy Paulin.
Donovan is opposing 100% pro-choice ally Eric Schneiderman.
We need both Paulin and Schneiderman in Albany fighting for us.
“We are thrilled to endorse Eric Schneiderman for Attorney General. From the frontlines at clinics to the courtrooms to the State Senate, Eric has proven his commitment to a womanâ€™s right to choose. It is vitally important who the Attorney General is when it comes to freedom of choice. Across the nation, anti-choice attorneys general have abused their position targeting womenâ€™s reproductive rights: in Kansas harassing the late Dr. Tiller; in Virginia, working to close 20 safe clinics; and in Michigan trying to outlaw abortion. Eric will protect clinic access, stop harassment, and aggressively push for greater protections. New York needs Eric Schneiderman as our next Attorney General.â€ Catherine Lederer-Plaskett, President, WCLA â€“ Choice Matters
Choice Matters and Rep. Nita Lowey to Endorse Pro-Choice Leader Eric Schneiderman for New York State Attorney General
Eric Schneiderman has been fighting to protect women’s fundamental reproductive freedoms for literally decades. It is vitally important who the Attorney General is when it comes to freedom of choice, because we must have someone who will protect clinic access, stop harassment, and aggressively push for greater protections — and Eric’s long record shows beyond any doubt he will be outstanding in this regard.
In addition, Eric’s opponent is an extremist who opposes abortion even in cases of rape and incest.
Stand with Choice Matters and Rep. Lowey as we endorse a man, Eric Schneiderman, who has spent his entire life fighting for women’s rights.
When 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 16th Where: Westchester County Center
(Intersection of Rt. 119 and Central Ave.)