Planned Parenthood has made its pick for Juneau and Fairbanks candidates. The organization is deeply involved in gender transition services, as well as abortion on demand through the ninth month of an unborn baby’s life. Gender transition services, however, is a new profit center for the pro-abortion group.
Local elections in Juneau and Fairbanks will end Oct. 3. Juneau votes exclusively by mail and ballots were mailed earlier this month to voters in the Capital City. Fairbanks has a blended voting system, both by mail and in person.
An email note from the Alaska State Director for the leftist organization, Rose O’Hara-Jolley, says this election is going to be all about LGBTQ+ education and “fighting extremists,” and they/them Jolley wants you to “feast your eyes” on the group’s chosen candidates:
“We need leadership in key positions in Juneau and Fairbanks. Leadership that supports sex education and consent education in schools. Leadership that will support the LGBTQ+ community in the face of unrelenting attacks from extremists in our state. Leadership that isn’t afraid to say that abortion is legal and constitutionally protected – shouldn’t be hard since those are just the facts, but you would be surprised. So feast your eyes and prepare your ballots for our endorsed candidates in these 2023 elections,” she writes.
JUNEAU PLANNED PARENTHOOD ENDORSED:
Laura Martinson McDonnell
Assembly District 1:
Assembly District 2:
FAIRBANKS PLANNED PARENTHOOD ENDORSED: