Anti-abortion groups want to put pressure on U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) to vote for President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
There’s a door-to-door campaign effort in Indiana by national anti-abortion group the Susan B. Anthony List. The group’s state chair Sue Swayze Liebel says the message is simple: Indiana is an anti-abortion state.
“So Sen. Donnelly has a choice to make. Will he stand with Hoosiers? Hoosiers showed their trust in President Trump to nominate a Supreme Court justice,” Liebel says.
Liebel cites a recent poll commissioned by the conservative group that suggests more than half of Hoosiers want Donnelly to vote for the nominee. But a recent non-partisan poll shows 43 percent of Hoosiers oppose an abortion ban, while 41 percent support one.
Donnelly won’t say whether he supports overturning Roe v. Wade.
“You know, I don’t have litmus tests and I don’t go into this with a litmus test,” Donnelly says.
Donnelly is slated to meet with Kavanaugh next week.