Progress Florida is circulating the first round of ads linked to the "Vote No on 6" campaign that urges voters to reject a proposed constitutional amendment that would eliminate privacy rights that protect a woman's right to chose to abort a fetus.
Two of the four ads that surfaced today either mention or depict Gov. Rick Scott and characterize him as trying to interfere in a woman's health.
One of the ads shows a picture of a woman's legs with the text: "Does Rick Scott belong here?" Another shows three pictures: one of a female doctor, one of Scott, one of a kitten. "Who do you trust with your most personal health care decisions?"
Both of the ads also say "click to stop Rick Scott." Progress Florida says the online banner ads have already gone up, starting in South Florida.
Proponents say the amendment will strengthen parental rights by ensuring that parents must give permission before a child seeks an abortion. They also say it will align Florida law with federal law and help prevent the use of public funds on abortions.