Abortion played a pivotal role in the 2022 election, boosting reproductive rights champions despite efforts to suppress voters’ power.
This election proves that when abortion rights are on the ballot, reproductive freedom wins.
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On Nov. 8, you get to help decide the fate of critical issues — abortion rights, access to birth control, the maternal health crisis, rights for LGBTQ+ people, and the strength of our democracy.
Three quarters of people who seek abortions have low incomes — and more than half already have children.
Your vote matters in this high-stakes election. Before you head to the polls, here are some things to consider.
Abortion rights supporters can make a big difference on Election Day. Use and share these 7 steps to help ramp up voter turnout like never before.
More than 100 days after Roe was overturned, efforts to push a national abortion ban are motivating Americans to vote.
The executive branch, under President Joe Biden, is working to protect access to reproductive health care.
Learn how to vote — and make a plan for it — whether you're voting early in person, absentee by mail, or on Election Day (Tuesday, Nov. 8).