They drove Saturday to Heritage Park, filtering in one car after another, to seek change in Ohio’s abortion law.
Marla Zwinggi, who was hailed as a “Vaccine Queen” during the pandemic, organized a drive-through signature event for an abortion-rights constitutional amendment proposal that supporters want on the ballot in the fall.
“I’m just a mom; I live in Geauga County, which is typically a red county, but a lot of people out here are hungry for change,” Zwinggi said. “Women sometimes aren’t always in tune with politics. We’re raising our families. We have to go to PTO meetings. We’ve got to do this. We’ve got to do that.”
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