Planned Parenthood Rally Held in Rochester
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Planned Parenthood Action Fund held a rally in Rochester Sunday, about the importance of women's health in the upcoming election.
The rally was one stop on the Women are Watching bus tour and part of the Action Fund's largest effort to educate and mobilize voters.
Members of the rally emphasized the differences between presidential candidate's views on women's health.
"We're really excited to be in Rochester this afternoon to talk to voters about the importance of women's health in the upcoming election," says Jordan Fitzgerald of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund. "We just came from Syracuse this morning where we had more than 100 people turn out to hear from some of our candidates and hear from one of our patients about just how important it is for voters to know candidates positions on women's health in this election."
The tour will include stops in eleven states in seventeen days.