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DCCC: Roe v Wade is Gone; Jen Kiggans Is Next

"No amount of scheming can help her save face with Virginia voters who are fed up with politicians trying to control their bodies.” 

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From the DCCC:

Roe v Wade is Gone, Jen Kiggans Is Next

Today marks the 51st anniversary of Roe v Wade, and anti-abortion extremists like Jen Kiggans are thrilled that Roe was overturned. Kiggans has called abortion a “shiny object” and compared having an abortion to getting a “nose job.” 

Despite representing a Congressional District with over 80,000 veterans, Kiggans voted to take away resources from active duty servicemembers forced to travel out-of-state to get an abortion. She also voted for MAGA Speaker Mike Johnson, who wants to ban abortion nationwide without exceptions for rape, incest, or the life of a mother.

Just last week, Jen Kiggans voted for two bills that chip away at women’s constitutional freedoms and attempt to deny them access to essential reproductive health care.

New polling recently found that abortion rights have historic levels of support with voters, including 66% of voters who oppose ongoing Republican efforts to pass a national abortion ban.

REMINDER: The Chair of the NRCC encouraged his vulnerable members – like Kiggans – to brag about their extreme anti-abortion positions on the campaign trail: “Republicans don’t have a policy problem. We have a branding problem.”

DCCC Spokesperson Lauryn Fanguen:
“While women in Virginia were devastated over the Supreme Court taking away their constitutional right to make decisions about their own bodies, Jen Kiggans was plotting on how to ban abortion. No amount of scheming can help her save face with Virginia voters who are fed up with politicians trying to control their bodies.”

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