No Politicians in our Private Medical Decisions

November 8th – Vote NO on Amendment 2

Visit GoVote.KY.gov to check your voter registration, view a sample ballot, and find your polling place

Election Day is November 8, and early voting is November 3-5

Make sure you bring a photo ID with you! Some examples of a valid photo ID include a Kentucky driver’s license, a military ID, a college ID, or a Kentucky government ID. (An expired Kentucky driver’s license is also a valid form of ID.)

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What’s happening?

This is a critical time in Kentucky when it comes to protecting our constitutional rights. This year we’re facing Amendment 2, a ballot initiative that, if approved by voters, will amend our state constitution to permanently ban all abortion, with no exceptions for rape, incest or a woman’s life. A total ban on abortion could even threaten the life of a woman having a miscarriage.

What is at stake?

The rights of people to control their own personal, private medical decisions are under attack across the country – it’s no different in Kentucky. We have to protect our rights before it’s too late.

This amendment is a clear example of extreme politicians going too far. If Amendment 2 passes, it will allow government overreach into our personal medical decisions. The language is so absolute and final – just look at the word “nothing.” Who knows how far this could go?

Your Freedom. Your Vote.

Don’t let politicians restrict your freedom.

A constitutional aendment will be on the ballot November 8 that would outlaw abortion in all cases, with NO exceptions. Kentuckians should be in charge of private medical decisions, not politicians.

If Amendent 2 is passed, Kentuckians will lose rights and freedom.

Think of our daughters and granddaughters. No matter how we personally feel about abortion, we do not want politicians taking away more and more of their rights.

 

Abortion rights are under attack. This will be an uphill battle, but we can do it if we have your help.

Protect Kentucky Access

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