“Cantor co-sponsored 32 anti-abortion bills with [Rep. Todd Akin (R)], the extremist Congressman from Missouri who ridiculously claimed women couldn’t get pregnant when forcibly raped,” writes Stowe.

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“Defeating Eric CantorEric CantorRyan reelected Speaker in near-unanimous GOP vote Financial technology rules are set to change in the Trump era Trump allies warn: No compromise on immigration MORE is the best way to send a message to Washington that women have had it with extremist intrusions into the health, freedom, and lives of ours and our daughters,” adds Stowe.

The Golden Globe nominee, 54, asks supporters to donate money in order to run Powell’s pro-abortion-rights campaign ad more frequently on television. Cantor has raised at least 10 times more than Powell in individual campaign contributions, according to Federal Election Commission records. The House Majority Leader is favored for reelection.