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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?

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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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