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Republicans have been working for a national abortion ban for 50 years.

They won’t stop unless WE STOP THEM by voting for pro-choice candidates who will fight to protect abortion access!

The last day to vote in the upcoming General Election is Tuesday, November 8, 2022.


Vote Pro-Choice,
Protect Abortion Access

Jay Chen
45th Congressional District

Taking on extremist anti-choice incumbent Michelle Steel who has voted against legislation that protects abortion access, Jay Chen isn’t afraid to stand up for women’s rights.

Republicans Must Be Stopped

National Abortion Ban Could Come To A Vote If Republicans Win Congress

NPR | May 9, 2022

...Minority Leader Mitch McConnell raised the possibility of bringing a national abortion ban to a vote if Republicans take power in the midterms...


House Republicans weigh national abortion restrictions

THE HILL | July 7, 2022

House Republicans are weighing what kind of national-level abortion ban legislation to pursue if they win the House majority next year, with a 15-week ban or further on the table.


Biden warns Democratic governors a GOP Congress would try to ban abortion nationwide

NPR | July 1, 2022

President Joe Biden on Friday said he thinks a Republican-controlled Congress would try to pass a national ban on abortion...


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Pro-Choice Voter Guide

The Community Action Fund of Planned Parenthood of Orange & San Bernardino Counties has endorsed more candidates than ever for the 2022 General Election. From federal races to statewide races, and even local school district and city council races, this guide will help you to elect leaders at all levels of government who will fight to protect the right to make personal health care decisions.

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