The next big pro-life battleground is set in this key swing state

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All eyes are turned to the upcoming Ohio abortion referendum.

The November ballot measure could enshrine abortion on demand into Ohio law.

But there is another fight looming and the next big pro-life battleground is set in this key swing state.

While most political eyes are on the upcoming abortion-on demand referendum in Ohio, there is another looming battle in another rust belt state.

Dark money for dark reasons

And already pro-abortion forces are pumping hundreds of millions of dark money dollars into the Keystone State.

It’s a sad statement on our nation that the ability to commit mass murder pays so well.

But less than a month after their initial victory in the fight to legalize the murder of children in Ohio, Democrats and dark money billionaires are preparing to pour hundreds of millions into the next big battleground state over abortion on demand.

In Pennsylvania, which shares a border with Ohio, there is a seat on the state Supreme Court up for grabs this November.

While most Americans aren’t focused on this race, the fact is it could be a major victory, or defeat, for the pro-life movement.

Because the race pits a Democrat who has vowed to protect “women’s reproductive rights” up until birth, and without any restrictions, is running against a Republican who’s promised to defend “all life under the law.”

The major showdown, which expected to see hundreds of millions funneled into the race, is over a state Supreme Court seat.

It is another sign that since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last year the battle over saving babies has moved to state and local fights.

These once little-noticed elections have now become expensive, high-stakes campaigns. 

Planned Parenthood prepares for battle

Already one major pro-abortion super PAC is not so quietly making plans to make abortion the centerpiece of the campaign. 

And of course, the nation’s largest abortion mill, Planned Parenthood has already waded into the contest. 

And some top Democrats in the state are predicting the race may be a repeat of the Wisconsin Supreme Court race earlier this year, in which a liberal candidate won decisively after being funded by hundreds of millions in pro-abortion blood money.

“The abortion issue will likely be the single biggest issue in the Pa. Supreme Court race,” said Rep. Brendan Boyle (D-PA). “Just a few months ago, in the Wisconsin Supreme Court race, abortion was the single biggest reason why Democrats won by over 10 points. I could see something similar happening in Pa.”

Of course what the Democrat fails to point out is the huge financial advantage they get from radical pro-abortion billionaires like George Soros and Bill Gates allows then to lie and cover up the truth about their radical abortion-until-birth for any reason ideology.

While both political parties will be watching the state Supreme Court race in Pennsylvania as a potential bellwether in a key battleground state, pro-life forces will be trying to counter the likely 7-10 times money advantage of the pro-aborts.

One thing is certain, by continuing to back peddle and sell out on the issue, Republicans like Nancy Mace (R-SC 1) are hurting both the pro-life cause and their own party as they try and appease the baby killers.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.