New McAuliffe TV ad: Cuccinelli’s efforts to ban birth control


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Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe’s campaign for governor released a new ad today, “The Pill,” that focuses on legislation that Republican Ken Cuccinelli sponsored that would have banned common forms of birth control, including the pill.

“Ken Cuccinelli has spent his entire career trying to interfere in Virginians’ private lives by attempting to restrict divorce, ban abortion even in cases of rape or incest, and sponsoring legislation that would outlaw common birth control like the pill,” said McAuliffe spokesman Josh Schwerin. “Virginians can surely expect that as governor Cuccinelli would abuse his power and attempt to impose his personal extreme ideology on all Virginia families.”



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