Pennsylvania congresswoman Allyson Schwartz showed she is the top choice of liberals to face Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett by receiving 36.6 percent of the vote at the Pa. Progressive Summit, according to PoliticsPA.

Most political analysts have stated that Schwartz would likely run for Governor. As CMR has reportedly previously, Schwartz may be the most radical pro-abortion politician in the country.

Besides having a perfect pro-abortion record in Congress, Schwartz co-founded and acted as Executive Director of an abortion clinic in Philadelphia for 13 years (1975-1988).

The clinic was called the Elizabeth Blackwell Center which is ironic because Blackwell, the first female physician in the U.S., was pro-life.

In 2002, the Blackwell clinic declared bankruptcy due to diminished demand for abortion and stiff competition in the area. In its last year, the center still performed about 1,500 abortions.