"A vote to fund Planned Parenthood is a vote to fund abortion, whether directly or indirectly," his campaign site states.
In its endorsement of Collins, the Susan B. Anthony List said Broun's efforts to paint Collins as weak on anti-abortion issues were "deceptive and wrong." It slammed Broun for a vote against another anti-abortion bill in 2013.
Broun himself has been endorsed by the Georgia Right to Life PAC, which had once given its seal of approval to Collins in 2012 after he signed the group's pledge not to support any abortion-related legislation (including anything with rape and incest exceptions) as a candidate. In its endorsement of Broun, the group said Collins changed once he got to Congress and that the incumbent is "lying" to voters about his record on the issue.
Collins' campaign site, meanwhile, touts his top ratings from National Right to Life and Family Research Council Action.