Via press release from PKA
Yesterday, Protect Kentucky Access, the campaign to defeat Amendment 2, filed its financial disclosure statement for calendar year 2022, reporting over $1.4 million in contributions. PKA has raised $1.75 million to-date, including individual contributions from over 400 Kentuckians.
“Kentuckians across the Commonwealth are fired up and ready to vote ‘no’ on Amendment 2. We are pleased with both the grassroots enthusiasm and national fundraising support our campaign has generated and are prepared to carry that energy into the November election,” said Rachel Sweet, Campaign Manager for Protect Kentucky Access. “Thank you to the hundreds of Kentuckians who’ve already chipped in to protect our freedom.”
Protect Kentucky Access is focused every day on getting out the “vote no” message across the Commonwealth ahead of November’s election. The campaign saw a surge in donations after Kansas voters rejected similar efforts to establish a constitutional amendment banning abortion in August.