The outcome of Kansas and Iowa’s Attorney General races could reshape the future of abortion in America

Wichita, KS – Operation Rescue is closely following two pivotal political races that will have a significant national impact on the issue of abortion.
“This is the most important election cycle ever for the issue of life,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman. “The lives of innocent children hang in the balance in many races across the nation where abortion is a primary issue.”
Two races that have thus far garnered little attention, but have enormous implications for the future of abortion nationwide are the races for Attorney General in Iowa and Kansas.
In Iowa, incumbent Tom Miller is being challenged by Republican Brenna Findley, an attorney and former Congressional chief of staff who is a dedicated pro-life supporter. Miller, a 32-year Democratic incumbent is a rabid supporter of abortion with strong ties to Planned Parenthood of the Heartland (PPH).
Miller has actively worked to shield PPH from criminal investigation regarding their dangerous remote webcam abortion pill distribution scheme that denies women assess to physical examination by a licensed physician prior to an abortion, something that is considered a “standard of care” in nearly every state.
“The Miller-Findley race for Iowa Attorney General is critical because as long as Miller remains in office protecting his friends at Planned Parenthood, they will move forward with their plan to expand telemed webcam abortions into all fifty states. That would represent the largest expansion of abortion services since Roe v. Wade. The outcome of this race could literally affect nearly every community in the nation.”
Another pivotal election with national implications is the Kansas Attorney General’s race. Democratic incumbent Steve Six is an appointee of radical abortion promoter Kathleen Sebelius, who now serves as Obama’s Secretary of Health and Human Services. Six is opposed by pro-life Republican Derek Schmidt.
Six is known for helping to gag evidence in a case where a Kansas Planned Parenthood has been charged with 107 criminal counts, including 23 felonies, for illegal late-term abortions and manufacturing evidence. His actions caused a needless two-year delay in the case. As long as Six remains in control of the Attorney General’s office, the prosecution of Planned Parenthood remains in jeopardy.
Since organizations must obey all laws to receive tax funding, a successful prosecution could endanger Planned Parenthood’s ability to receive tax dollars nationwide. Taxpayer funds are what keep Planned Parenthood afloat. Defunding could cause the collapse of the abortion giant.
“These two attorney general races could be game-changers in the abortion issue. They are literally life and death votes for the people of Iowa and Kansas that will affect every state,” said Newman. “Please join Operation Rescue in prayer over the next 24 hours for pro-life victories across the nation and especially in these two critical races.”