From Rep. Elaine Luria (D-VA02)’s reelection campaign:
Congresswoman Luria Releases Her 7th and 8th TV Ads of the 2022 Cycle
Two new ads further highlight Elaine Luria’s commitment to delivering for Coastal Virginia and Jen Kiggans’ abortion extremism
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA – Today, 20-year Navy veteran and former small business owner Congresswoman Elaine Luria (VA-02) released “Robert” and “Dr. Archer,” her seventh and eighth television ads of the 2022 cycle.
The two ads highlight the Congresswoman’s commitment to delivering for the people of Coastal Virginia and the danger that Jen Kiggans poses to women across the Commonwealth and the country.
“The right to choose is a decision that politicians like Jen Kiggans and the government should have no place in. Yet she continues to threaten the health and safety of women in Virginia and across the country by allowing politicians to ban abortion in all cases, including rape and incest,” Congresswoman Luria said. “I will continue to live up to my oath, deliver for Coastal Virginians, and protect the rights of all Americans, including the right to choose.”
“Dr. Archer” features Dr. David Archer, an Obstetrician/Gynecologist with advanced certification in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, who highlights Kiggans’ abortion extremism and her support for banning abortion.
Kiggans applauded the Supreme Court decision that overturned the right to choose for millions of women across the country and has said she is “100%, unapologetically pro-life.” She has claimed that ending access to abortion was her motivation to run for office, and she pledged to prioritize “the right to life.” Kiggans also supports allowing states to ban abortion without exceptions.
“Robert” highlights Congresswoman Luria’s husband, Robert Blondin, and the crucial role that military spouses in Coastal Virginia have in supporting their significant others and families as they serve our country. Robert retired at the rank of Commander after serving 27 years in the U.S. Navy and married Congresswoman Luria in Norfolk in 2005.