Paul Ryan's abortion stance could widen gender gap in swing states

Paul Ryan's abortion stance could widen gender gap in swing states

Des Moines : IA : USA | Aug 15, 2012 at 6:09 AM PDT
Source: The Hill
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Abortion-rights supporters including the Obama campaign have aggressively attacked Ryan's (R-Wis.) stance on abortion and other women's health issues since Romney announced his selection as running mate this past Saturday. And they say the choice can only hurt Romney's standing with female voters.... FULL ARTICLE AT The Hill
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