Pro-life Action of Oregon has just confirmed the reason for Planned Parenthood’s increased level of involvement to pass two tax increase measures in Oregon: ABORTION FUNDS! They are bumping up their recruitment for phone bank volunteers.
In an email to supporters, below, Planned Parenthood reveals,
We are urging voters to support Measures 66 & 67 to protect funding for reproductive health care [ abortion and birth control ] and other critical services like education and public safety. [Empasis added.]
Email to supporters:
Urgent Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon Volunteer Opportunity
Wednesday, January 6, 2010
From: “Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon”
Re: Measures 66 and 67, Special Election Jan. 26
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon Needs YOU to
Support Our YES on M66 & M67 Phone Drive
As you know, Oregon’s January Special Election is less than 3 weeks away. We are urging voters to support Measures 66 & 67 to protect funding for reproductive health care [ abortion and birth control ] and other critical services like education and public safety. If we do not raise additional revenue, severe cuts to these vital services will leave our women and their families vulnerable.
The opposition has spent millions of dollars in misleading ads.
We need YOU to use your voice to give voters the truth about these measures and protect critical family planning services.
Ballots will be mailed at the end of this week. We are ramping up our efforts to ensure voters understand why they need to vote YES on Measures 66 & 67.
Planned Parenthood will host a Voter Education Phone Drive in Portland to help make sure that we WIN on January 26th. We want to reach over 10,000 voters and we need YOU to help us reach our goal.
Please sign up to participate in the Voter Education Phone Drive by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 503-280-6150 x2173. The dates and times of the phone drive are listed below.
We will follow up with you to provide location information.
Wednesday, 1/13 from 5:30pm-8:30pm
Thursday, 1/14 from 5:30pm-8:30pm
Tuesday, 1/19 from 5:30pm-8:30pm
Wednesday, 1/20 from 5:30pm-8:30pm
Sunday, 1/24 from 5:30pm-8:30pm
Monday, 1/25 from 5:30pm-8:30pm
Tuesday, 1/26 from 1pm-4pm