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Trump's endorsement is a clear sign that a candidate is a threat to our rights and access to care.

With Election Day approaching, Donald Trump, Mike Pence, Donald Trump Jr., and Paul Ryan are all hitting the campaign trail to rally for some of their favorite anti-women’s health candidates.

The apples of their eyes are candidates who boast long records of voting to restrict our reproductive rights and access to health care. 

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Trump, Pence, Trump Jr., and Ryan's official anti-women's health campaign trail has included stops in:

  • Nevada to help elect Dean Heller, who voted 10 times to "defund" Planned Parenthood — all while falsely promising to protect Nevadans’ access to health care.
  • Arizona to help elect Martha McSally, who repeatedly voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and strip protections from people with pre-existing conditions.

  • Montana to help elect Matt Rosendale, who wants to ban abortion without any exceptions.

  • Ohio to help elect Mike DeWine, who supported overturning Roe v. Wade and made it his personal mission to “defund” Planned Parenthood.

  • Missouri to help elect Josh Hawley, who thinks "abortion is not a right... and should be barred by American law."

  • Minnesota to help elect Jason Lewis and Erik Paulsen, who want to restrict access to safe, legal abortion.

  • Georgia to help elect Brian Kemp, who vowed to sign "the nation’s strictest abortion restrictions," including a six-week abortion ban — before most women know they're pregnant.

  • Wisconsin to help elect Leah Vukmir, who wants to “defund” Planned Parenthood and supports “banning abortion with no exceptions.”

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Trump and his proxies are campaigning for candidates who will help further the administration’s anti-women’s health agenda.

Since day one, the Trump-Pence administration made close allies out of Republicans in Congress, who’ve helped push policy after policy to strip us of our basic health and rights. That includes:

  • Trying to impose a dangerous “gag rule” designed to block millions of people from care at Planned Parenthood health centers;
  • Voting to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA), including stripping protections for millions of people with pre-existing conditions and gutting Medicaid;

  • Working to erase civil rights protections for LGBTQ people;

  • Trying to allow employers to deny birth control coverage to their employees;

  • Allowing states to “defund” Planned Parenthood, which would block millions of patients from accessing reproductive health services like STD testing, cancer screening, and birth control;

  • Trying to cut funding for sex education and push harmful and ineffective abstinence-only programs.

November 6 is fast approaching. Now is the time to unite, show our power, and make sure all of us have the right and opportunity to live full, healthy lives.

We have to elect candidates who will fight to make sure everyone gets the health care they want or need.

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