94% of Reported Campaign Funds Supplied by Abortion Promoters
Editor’s note. This analysis was provided by “Yes on 1.” The proposed Amendment 1 to the state constitution is intended to neutralize a 2000 pro-abortion ruling by the Tennessee Supreme Court.
As expected, pro-abortion opponents of Amendment 1 continue to draw nearly all their support and funding from the abortion industry itself.
Based on disclosures filed through October 25, the ‘Vote No’ campaign shows just 198 individual donors statewide contributing more than $100 each. In contrast, 16 abortion facilities in Tennessee and across the country contributed a total $3.5 million dollars of $4.0 million reported raised. Additionally, ACLU of Tennessee and New York contributed $200,000.
$854,240 Planned Parenthood of Memphis
$800,000 Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest
$749,500 Planned Parenthood of Middle and East Tennessee
$275,000 Planned Parenthood of Orange & San Bernardino Counties
$250,000 Planned Parenthood of Pacific Northwest
$210,000 Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts
$201,200 Planned Parenthood Northern California Action Fund
$135,000 ACLU of New York
$100,000 Planned Parenthood of Southwest & Central Florida
$65,700 ACLU of Tennessee
$50,000 Planned Parenthood Advocates of Mar Monte, California
$32,500 Memphis Center for Reproductive Health
$7,500 Knoxville Center for Reproductive Health
$5,000 Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California
$5,000 Planned Parenthood of Kansas City and Missouri
$1,000 Planned Parenthood of Greater Orlando
$1,000 Planned Parenthood of North Carolina
$1,000 Planned Parenthood, New York
$3,788,640 94% of contributions from abortion profiteers & promoters
The Yes on 1 campaign has reported 1,016 Tennesseans contributing more than $100 for a total of $1,012,268. The Vote No campaign reported 198 Tennesseans contributing more than $100 for a total of $179,796.
This report proves that Yes on 1 has a grassroots effort from Memphis to Mountain City. And, at the end of the day, we trust the compassion and common sense of Tennesseans to see through the fear and false claims of the Vote No campaign.