By Greg Hambrick
When GOP gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli was in Loudoun County on Tuesday, he got into a sharp exchange over whether he would limit women’s access to contraception.
He says he wouldn’t. The non-partisan organization Politifact says that the “personhood” legislation Cuccinelli backed in 2007 would have limited “some forms of birth control,” though not all.
In his race against Democrat Terry McAuliffe, the female vote is seen as the difference between victory and defeat, and such social issues have been prominent in the campaign.
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