The American Civil Liberties Union of Montana on Tuesday launched its first-ever statewide voter mobilization effort to educate more than 100,000 voters on civil liberties and civil rights issues at stake in the 2020 election.

The voter education initiative will focus on the Montana governor’s race, according to a news release. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Montana does not support, oppose or endorse candidates. 

“Civil rights and civil liberties, like abortion rights, are under attack, and that’s why we decided to get involved in this election,” Caitlin Borgmann, executive director with the ACLU of Montana, said in a statement.