Oz asserted not only that abortion law should be set by individual states, but also that “doctors [and] local political leaders” should be in charge of the private reproductive health care decisions of women.
Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano this week doubled-down on his hardline abortion stance, calling the issue “the single most important issue in our lifetime” after reiterating his belief that the practice should be banned with no exceptions.
In the Pennsylvania governor’s race, Attorney General Josh Shapiro (D) and State Senator Doug Mastriano (R) will be competing for votes, and both have severely contrasting views on how elections in the state should be run.
Doug Mastriano, the GOP candidate for Pennsylvania governor, has a history of peddling the “stolen election” conspiracy theory popularized by former President Donald Trump, which he says justifies his planned legislation.
Roe v. Wade has been overturned, abortion rights are not protected under Pennsylvania’s constitution, and Doug Mastriano wants to swoop into the governor’s office to make things even worse.
Everyone in Pennsylvania needs to re-register to vote, according to Doug Mastriano, the Republican candidate for governor.