Republican Party of Maricopa County Demands That Arizona Congressional Democrats Return Political Donations From Planned Parenthood
Bartlett Bunker 7-20-15
Tempe, Arizona – Arizona congressional Democrats have received a combined nearly $50,000 in political contributions from Planned Parenthood over the last four election cycles. The Republican Party of Maricopa County is demanding that Democrats Ann Kirkpatrick, Kyrsten Sinema, Raul Grijalva and Ruben Gallego immediately return all campaign contributions received from Planned Parenthood during their tenure in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Democrat politicians have been the near sole beneficiaries of political contributions from Planned Parenthood’s profiteering off the murder of innocent children by abortion. According to Center for Responsive Politics and Federal Elections Commission data released on March 9, 2015, Democrats received 99.995% of the political contributions made by Planned Parenthood in the 2014 election cycle, including more than $30,000 to Arizona congressional Democrats running for re-election.
"It is reprehensible that Kirkpatrick, Sinema, Grijalva and Gallego would accept political contributions from an organization that murders a third of a million babies each year and targets black and Hispanic populations disproportionately by placing nearly 80% of their clinics within these minority neighborhoods," said Republican Party of Maricopa County Chairman Bowyer.
Arizona congressmen and women must hold themselves to a higher standard, which is why the Republican Party of Maricopa County, representing more than 710,000 Arizona voters, is demanding that Arizona congressional Democrats return every penny received from Planned Parenthood during their tenure in office. Approximate Planned Parenthood contributions below.
Congresswoman & U.S. Senate Candidate Ann Kirkpatrick: $22,500 (2008-2014)
Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema: $14,999 (2012-2014)
Congressman Raul Grijalva: $3,000 (2010-2014)
Congressman Ruben Gallego: $5,000 (2014)
Republican Party of Maricopa County
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