Thursday, October 18, 2012

Gibson's Appalling Record on Choice

I'm sorry to keep hammering away at this, but I don't think it can be stated often enough: Congressman Chris Gibson has a horrible record on choice, and Schreibman needs to go after him in the final debate. Why do I think this? Choice is the most important issue in this election when broken down by gender:
Women in the 12 key swing states have starkly different responses from men when asked in an open-ended format to name the most important issues for their gender in the 2012 election. A plurality of female registered voters offered abortion (39%) as the most important issue for women, followed by jobs, healthcare, the economy, and equal rights. In contrast, men see jobs (38%) and the economy (37%) as the two most important issues facing men.
And who has the worst record on choice in New York's congressional delegation? Chris Gibson (he's tied for last place).

Tell me again that no one cares about women's health issues. Schreibman needs to do everything he can to ensure that Gibson's appalling record on choice is the headline after the third debate.

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