Updated 08/19/2012 04:42 PM
Planned Parenthood bus tour makes stop in Syracuse
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- A national bus tour stopped in Central New York to send a message to voters ahead of the upcoming presidential election.
The Planned Parenthood Action Fund's "Women are Watching" bus tour visited Syracuse on Sunday as part of an 11 state, 17 day journey.
Organizers say they disagree with republican Mitt Romney's stance on issues like reproductive health and they hope to reach out to voters before they hit the ballots.
"Well, there's just so much at stake in this election when it comes to women's health and we need to let voters know candidates' position on women's health, particularly Mitt Romney. There's a stark contrast between President Obama and Mitt Romney,” said Jordan Fitzgerald, Planned Parenthood action Fund Director of Field and Electoral Operations.
The bus tour also stopped in Rochester on Sunday. It heads to Philadelphia Monday.