NEW TV Ad: Pro-Choice Groups Trust Sabina Matos to Fight for Reproductive Freedom

 NEW TV Ad: Pro-Choice Groups Trust Sabina Matos to Fight for Reproductive Freedom
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PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Lieutenant Governor Sabina Matos today released her newest TV ad about her record and experience fighting for reproductive rights in Rhode Island and why pro-choice groups such as EMILYs List and Elect Democratic Women trust her to continue that fight in Congress.


The ad, titled “Daughters,” features Sabina’s daughter, Annemarie and why this work is so personal. The relentless attacks on reproductive freedom could result in a future where Annemarie and millions like her, have fewer rights than older generations.


“Throughout my over a decade in public service, I’ve made fighting for reproductive freedom a priority,” said Lt. Governor Sabina Matos. “Our freedoms are under attack. My daughter, Annemarie, could have fewer rights than I did. I won’t allow it – and that’s why I fought hard to protect abortion rights and expand reproductive health care here in Rhode Island. I’m honored to have earned the trust of pro-choice groups like EMILYs List and Elect Democratic Women who know that I’m the strongest candidate to continue this fight in Congress.”

Daughters Transcript

SABINA MATOS: I’m Sabina Matos and I approve this message.

VOICEOVER:  Our freedoms are under attack and for Sabina Matos, it’s personal. Her daughter could have fewer rights than we did.

That’s why as our Lieutenant Governor she fought for stronger protections for abortion rights.

Helped expand reproductive health care.

Sabina Matos is the only candidate pro-choice groups trust to fight for reproductive freedom.

For her daughter, and for all our daughters. Join us.  On September 5th, vote Sabina Matos, the Democrat we can trust to fight for us.

Sabina Matos continues to have strong momentum in the special election for Rhode Island’s First District. Matos has earned key support from organized labor – the Laborers, the Building and Construction Trades Council, Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 51, Iron Workers Local 37, Painters District Council 11, Bricklayers Local 3, and Transportation Workers Union Local 2054. She has also earned endorsements from key groups, including EMILYs List, Elect Democratic Women, Congressional Hispanic Caucus BOLD PAC, Latino Victory Fund, Higher Heights for America PAC, New Dem Action Fund, Defend the Vote, Save Democracy PAC, PODER PAC, Vote Mama PAC, and Her Bold Move – as well as dozens of local leaders, including Myrth York and former Lt. Governor Elizabeth Roberts.

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