We asked for signs of politicians actively running pro-choice campaigns, and you delivered.
Michigan Democrat Virg Bernero, candidate for governor, backs abortion rights. He stashes his statement about being a "strong supporter of women's reproductive rights" under Equality/Women's Rights, while the Michigan Democratic Party pushes the issue right out front in the campaign ad above.
"For Bernero, this issue is personal -- too personal for government to have a say," the ad tells us. The local press says it's an attempt to woo women voters, but it could also appeal to the small-government crowd. Not that they're listening, or in favor of small government.
After the jump, "Taliban Dan Webster" from Rep. Alan Grayson.
You can give yourself a ping-pong headache factchecking this ad from Grayson, a Florida Democrat. The sourcing on the abortion part is solid, back to Nov. 17, 1996, in the St. Petersburg Times -- which wrote, "Webster, who says he opposes abortion even in cases of rape and incest, acknowledges his religion guides his politics" -- and confirmed again by Factcheck.org (which deplores the ad, FWTW).