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You might not want to send your lawmakers flowers or chocolate on Tuesday. They may get the wrong impression. So Tweet at them with a valentine instead!

Even if you’re part of the “Valentine’s Day is a ridiculous commercial holiday” camp, it’s still the perfect chance to acknowledge pro-health care lawmakers who are standing up for our health, rights, and communities.

Does your representative vote against cruel abortion bans? Tweet them a valentine!

Does your governor prioritize women’s health and family planning? Tweet them a valentine!

Does your senator stand up for survivors of sexual assault? Tweet them a valentine!

And if your lawmaker has been up to some no-good, anti-women antics, we’ve got you covered, too.

Does your senator want to “defund” Planned Parenthood? Dump them with a Valentine!

Does your representative want to slash Medicaid? Dump them with a Valentine!

Does your governor block women from getting safe, legal abortion? Dump them with a Valentine!

Here’s how you do it

1. Find your lawmaker’s Twitter handle

Not sure who your lawmaker is?





2. Drag and drop one of the valentines graphics from above onto your desktop

3. Compose your Tweet

Here are some examples to get you started.

If your lawmaker is a women’s health champion:

Oh hey, [LEGISLATOR’S TWITTER HANDLE]! 💝 UR FINE💝  for standing up for #reprohealth and rights on #ValentinesDay — and every day of the year! XOXO💕

If your lawmaker is NOT a women’s health champion:

.[LEGISLATOR’S TWITTER HANDLE] breaks our hearts 💔 💔 💔

Until you stand up for our health and rights, 💔 C U L8R 💔

4. Attach your valentine and plug in your lawmaker’s Twitter handle

5. Hit "Tweet"

That’s it! Your lawmaker is sure to get the message.


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