Planned Parenthood's political action committee is financing a $1.3 million ad campaign that claims Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., is "dangerous to women" across the state because of his pro-life position.
The ad includes a clip from a 2009 MSNBC interview, where host Chris Matthews asked whether Toomey's support for abortion restrictions in Pennsylvania would include jailing doctors.
"At some point doctors performing abortions I think would be subject to that sort of penalty," Toomey said in response.
The PAC, Planned Parenthood Votes, will spend $1.1 million on the television campaign and put $200,000 into digital ads.
Recent poll results show Democratic opponent Katie McGinty, who has been endorsed by Planned Parenthood Action Fund, is slightly ahead of Toomey.