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Lt. Governor Mark Robinson Wants a Total Abortion Ban!

Mark Robinson is Wrong for North Carolina!

This is personal. North Carolina’s sweeping abortion ban and restrictions on reproductive health care are harming real people. Bans on any health care put politics above people and put our futures on the line. Mark Robinson, the Republican nominee for governor, and leaders of our state legislature won't stop until they eliminate our right to bodily autonomy.

Mark Robinson has pledged to sign a total ban on abortion if elected governor.


“If I had all the power right now, let’s say I was the governor and had a willing legislature, we could pass a bill saying you can’t have an abortion in North Carolina for any reason.”

⎯ Mark Robinson, February 2023


Make no mistake, abortion is on the ballot. Every person should have the freedom to control what happens to their own body and decide if, when, and how they have children without government interference. Politicians have no business dictating our private health care decisions. We’re fighting to stop this government intrusion and put the power back in the hands of the people.

Will you join us?

Tricia Cotham Betrayed Us.

Tricia Cotham Betrayed Us.

Tricia Cotham promised to fight against any restriction denying us the right to basic health care. Instead, she flip-flopped and was the deciding vote to pass an extreme ban on abortion at 12 weeks. Pregnant people are forced to travel out of state to access abortion, seek care outside the medical or system, or remain pregnant against their will⎯and Tricia Cotham is directly to blame.

Ted Davis Lied.

Ted Davis Lied.

Ted Davis said he wouldn't support changes to North Carolina's abortion law. Instead, he cast one of the deciding votes to pass a dangerous abortion ban. North Carolinians who need an abortion after 12 weeks are forced to travel out of state, seek care outside the health care system, or remain pregnant against their will ⎯ and Ted is to blame.


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