Washington (CNN) - About 20 demonstrators with the National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL) gathered outside a hotel where GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney planned fundraising remarks Thursday and used Etch A Sketch toys recently mentioned by the Romney campaign as part of their protest.
Senior Romney adviser Eric Fehrnstrom suggested on CNN's "Starting Point" Wednesday that a post-nomination Romney candidate could reset his campaign "almost like an Etch-a-Sketch – you can kind of shake it up, and we start all over again."
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But demonstrators were using the Etch A Sketch to frame their disagreement with Romney over his proposal to end federal support for Planned Parenthood. "His anti-choice record and rhetoric will not disappear," said NARAL spokeswoman Erika West in prepared remarks.
Many in the group held pink Etch-a-Sketch toys and chanted their belief Romney should be held accountable for his position on reproductive rights that includes a proposal to end federal support for Planned Parenthood.
Romney was not seen arriving at the hotel entrance where the demonstration took place.