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There's no question that reproductive health and rights are going to be BIG on the ballot next year, from statehouses to the White House. That's why — as the Planned Parenthood Action Fund gears up for our biggest election campaign in years — we want to know what's most important to you and your community.

Will you take a minute to fill out our short, six-question survey?

Your feedback will help drive our work. We already know that we’re going to fight as hard as ever to protect reproductive health and rights this election — and your thoughts will help focus our action on issues like:

  • Congress threatening access to the basic health care Planned Parenthood provides for millions

  • Access to birth control and safe, legal abortion (both of which are at risk in upcoming Supreme Court cases)

  • Major fights for access to abortion and comprehensive reproductive health care in states like Texas, Ohio, and Louisiana

With these critical issues in the balance, we’re doing whatever it takes to fight for reproductive rights this election. It’s a fight we're ready to take to key races all across the country, and to Washington.

Make sure your voice is part of the conversation. Tell us what's most important to you for Election 2016 — take the survey now. It just takes a few minutes to share your thoughts.

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