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Controversial Anti-Abortion Billboard Campaign Targets Pennsylvania through Election Day

Gigantic Graphic Aerial Banners Combine with Land Based Mobile Billboards to Educate Voters

Contact: Mark Harrington, 614-419-9000, mark@cbrinfo.org

LAKE FOREST, Ca, June 28 /Christian Newswire/ -- The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform (CBR) will display images of first trimester abortion on 35’ x 100’ Airplane Tow Banners, and on 8’ x 22’ Truck Billboards in dozens of Pennsylvania cities from July 3 - November 7, 2006. CBR's Key States Initiative is unlike anything ever undertaken in the pro-life movement, and it is the latest step in our unwavering commitment to inform voters by exposing the evil of abortion.

Pennsylvania Key States Initiative

Who: Center for Bio Ethical Reform (CBR)
What: Pennsylvania Key States Initiative – state wide tour of a fleet of abortion billboard trucks and tow banner airplanes
Where: Major cities including Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Allentown, Philadelphia, Wilkes-Barre, State College, Altoona, and Erie*
When: Airplanes and trucks will operate everyday from July 3 – November 7, 2006*
Why: To raise awareness among voters on the abortion issue during this year's election cycle.

*Outlying smaller cities are also part of the tour. Exact times and locations of the billboard trucks and airplanes are available. Interviews and photos are also available upon request. Call Mark Harrington at 614-419-9000.

CBR Statement

"On November 7, 2006, Pennsylvania faces one of the most important elections in recent history" said Gregg Cunningham, former Pennsylvania State Representative and Executive Director for the Center for Bio Ethical Reform. "Pennsylvania is a key battleground for control of the Senate and abortion is a pivotal issue. CBR wants Pennsylvania voters to make an informed decision. Our airplane and truck billboards will succeed in educating hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians about abortion before election day.”