Where Do the 2020 Hopefuls Stand on Sexual & Reproductive Health and Rights?
Birth control. Abortion. Sex ed. Reproductive health care as a human right. What do these have in common? They’re on the 2020 ballot — and Trump wants to restrict all of them. Find out where the candidates stand and if they stand with you.
In these states, voters have the chance to elect champions for reproductive rights — and to send home politicians who’ve leveled attack after attack on abortion access, reproductive health care, and so much more.
Presidential Primary Date: March 3
State Primary Date: August 11
Last Day to Register to Vote in State Primary: August 11 (registrations after July 21 must be done in person or confirmed with an official Notice of Late Registration)
- Tina Smith (D), Incumbent
- Jason Lewis (R), Challenger
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