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Planned Parenthood Action Fund 2024 House and Senate Endorsements

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The Path to Keeping the Senate

These five races are critical to maintaining a pro-reproductive health majority in the U.S. Senate.

Read more below about Planned Parenthood Action Fund's featured Senate candidates and why we are proud to  endorse their re-election campaigns. 

 

Jon Tester

Jon Tester is running for re-election to represent his home state of Montana and we need him back in the Senate fighting for us and our rights!

  • Senator Jon Tester has dedicated his life to public service.
  • He is committed to protecting personal freedom, which includes the right to reproductive health care.
  • In response to Walgreens’ decision to limit the sale of mifepristone and misoprostol, Tester sent a letter to executives at Walgreens and CVS pressing the companies to reverse the decision limiting the sale of mifepristone and misoprostol in states like Montana, where the medication is legal.

Jacky Rosen

Now more than ever, we need leaders like Nevada Sen. Jacky Rosen to be re-elected — leaders who will continue to fight in the Senate to protect reproductive health and rights.

  • Sen. Rosen has never wavered in her commitment to protect abortion access for all Nevadans.
  • Sen. Rosen helped introduce the Protecting Service Members and Military Families’ Access to Health Care Act, legislation that would ensure servicemembers and their families can access reproductive health services, including abortion care, regardless of the state in which they are stationed.
  • As attacks on reproductive rights grow, she has set an example of what true leadership looks like — fighting to enshrine abortion rights into law.

Kirsten Gillibrand

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is running for re-election in New York —  we need champions like her back in the Senate fighting for our rights!

  • Sen. Gillibrand has always worked to protect abortion rights, both before and after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.
  • She believes New York State and other states that need to stand firm as safe havens for reproductive health care, and has partnered with state officials to encourage  the New York State legislature to support out-of-state residents who need reproductive health services, including abortion care.
  • Over one million New Yorkers support Planned Parenthood and they’re ready to support Sen. Gillibrand!

Sherrod Brown

Now more than ever, we need leaders like Ohio's Sen. Sherrod Brown to be re-elected and continue to fight in the Senate to protect reproductive health and rights!

  • Sen. Brown has spent his career fighting for Ohioans and the dignity of work.
  • Throughout his career, he has been an outspoken advocate for affordable, reliable health care, including access to abortion and other reproductive health care.
  • Recently, more than 700,000 Ohioans signed up to support a ballot measure in Ohio that would enshrine abortion rights in the state constitution — nearly double the signatures required to qualify for the ballot. Clearly, voters in Ohio support reproductive freedom!

Tammy Baldwin

As our country faces growing attacks on our reproductive health and rights, it is critical that champions like Wisconsin Sen. Tammy Baldwin continue to fight for these rights in the Senate!

  • Sen. Baldwin made history in 2012 as the first woman and first openly LGBTQ+ person in history elected to the Senate from Wisconsin.
  • Since taking office, she has been an unwavering champion for Wisconsinites.
  • Sen. Baldwin is the lead sponsor of the Women’s Health Protection Act of 2023, legislation that would guarantee access to abortion and grant millions of Americans the right to comprehensive reproductive health care.
  • There are over 450,000 Wisconsinites that support Planned Parenthood. They’re ready to help Sen. Baldwin win!

 The Path to a Pro-Sexual and Reproductive Rights Majority in Congress!

Planned Parenthood Action Fund is proud to endorse the below candidates for Congress.

Alabama

  • Shomari Figures, AL-02

Alaska

  • Mary Peltola, AK-AL

Arizona

  • Ruben Gallego, U.S. Senate

  • Raquel Teran, AZ-03

  • Greg Stanton, AZ-04

  • Kirsten Engel, AZ-06

California

  • Adam Schiff, U.S. Senate

  • Jared Huffman, CA-02

  • Jessica Morse, CA-03

  • Mike Thompson, CA-04

  • Ami Bera, CA-06

  • Doris Matsui, CA-07
  • John Garamendi, CA-08
  • Josh Harder, CA-09
  • Mark DeSaulnier, CA-10
  • Nancy Pelosi, CA-11
  • Lateefah Simon, CA-12

  • Adam Gray, CA-13

  • Eric Swalwell, CA-14

  • Kevin Mullin, CA-15

  • Ro Khanna, CA-17

  • Zoe Lofgren, CA-18
  • Jimmy Panetta, CA-19

  • Jim Costa, CA-21

  • Rudy Salas, CA-22

  • Salud Carbajal, CA-24

  • Raul Ruiz, CA-25

  • Julia Brownley, CA-26

  • George Whitesides, CA-27

  • Judy Chu, CA-28

  • Luz Rivas, CA-29

  • Laura Friedman, CA-30

  • Gil Cisneros, CA-31

  • Brad Sherman, CA-32

  • Pete Aguilar, CA-33

  • Jimmy Gomez, CA-34

  • Norma Torres, CA-35

  • Ted Lieu, CA-36

  • Sydney Kamlager, CA-37

  • Linda Sanchez, CA-38

  • Mark Takano, CA-39

  • Joe Kerr, CA-40

  • Will Rollins, CA-41

  • Robert Garcia, CA-42

  • Maxine Waters, CA-43

  • Nanette Barragan, CA-44

  • Derek Tran, CA-45

  • Lou Correa, CA-46

  • Dave Min, CA-47

  • Mike Levin, CA-49

  • Scott Peters, CA-50
  • Sara Jacobs, CA-51

  • Juan Vargas, CA-52

Colorado

  • Diana DeGette, CO-01
  • Adam Frisch, CO-03
  • Brittany Pettersen, CO-07
  • Yadira Caraveo, CO-08

Connecticut

  • Chris Murphy, U.S. Senate
  • Rosa DeLauro, CT-03
  • Jahana Hayes, CT-05

Delaware

  • Lisa Blunt Rochester, U.S. Senate
  • Sarah McBride, DE-AL

Florida

  • Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, U.S. Senate
  • Maxwell Frost, FL-10
  • Lois Frankel, FL-22
  • Debbie Wasserman Schultz, FL-25
  • Lucia Baez Geller, FL-27

Georgia

  • Nikema Williams, GA-05
  • Lucy McBath, GA-06

Hawaii

  • Mazie Hirono, U.S. Senate

Illinois

  • Robin Kelly, IL-02
  • Delia Ramirez, IL-03
  • Chuy Garcia, IL-04
  • Sean Casten, IL-06
  • Jan Schakowsky, IL-09
  • Brad Schneider, IL-10

  • Bill Foster, IL-11

  • Nikki Budzinski, IL-13
  • Lauren Underwood, IL-14
  • Eric Sorensen, IL-17

Indiana

  • Frank Mrvan, IN-01

Iowa

  • Christina Bohannan, IA-01
  • Sarah Corkery, IA-02
  • Lanon Baccam, IA-03

Kansas

  • Sharice Davids, KS-03

Kentucky

  • Morgan McGarvey, KY-03

Maine

  • Angus King, U.S. Senate

Maryland

  • Angela Alsobrooks, U.S. Senate
  • John Olszewski, MD-02
  • Glenn Ivey, MD-04
  • Steny Hoyer, MD-05
  • April McClain Delaney, MD-06
  • Jamie Raskin, MD-08

Massachusetts

  • Elizabeth Warren, U.S. Senate
  • Jim McGovern, MA-02
  • Katherine Clark, MA-05
  • Ayanna Pressley, MA-07

Michigan

  • Elissa Slotkin, U.S. Senate
  • Hillary Scholten, MI-03
  • Curtis Hertel, MI-07

Minnesota

  • Amy Klobuchar, U.S. Senate
  • Angie Craig, MN-02
  • Kelly Morrison, MN-03
  • Betty McCollum, MN-04
  • Ilhan Omar, MN-05

Missouri

  • Cori Bush, MO-01

Montana

  • Monica Tranel, MT-01

Nebraska

  • Tony Vargas, NE-02

Nevada

  • Dina Titus, NV-01
  • Susie Lee, NV-03
  • Steven Horsford, NV-04

New Hampshire

  • Chris Pappas, NH-01

New Jersey

  • Andy Kim, U.S. Senate
  • Frank Pallone, NJ-06
  • Sue Altman, NJ-07
  • Bill Pascrell, NJ-09
  • Mikie Sherrill, NJ-11

New Mexico

  • Martin Heinrich, U.S. Senate
  • Melanie Stansbury, NM-01
  • Teresa Leger Fernandez, NM-03

New York

  • Tom Suozzi, NY-03
  • Laura Gillen, NY-04
  • Gregory Meeks, NY-05
  • Grace Meng, NY-06

  • Nydia Velazquez, NY-07

  • Hakeem Jeffries, NY-08

  • Dan Goldman, NY-10

  • Jerry Nadler, NY-12

  • Jamaal Bowman, NY-16

  • Mondaire Jones, NY-17

  • Pat Ryan, NY-18

  • Josh Riley, NY-19

North Carolina

  • Deborah Ross, NC-02

  • Valerie Foushee, NC-04

  • Kathy Manning, NC-06

  • Alma Adams, NC-12

  • Wiley Nickel, NC-13

Ohio

  • Greg Landsman, OH-01
  • Joyce Beatty, OH-03

  • Marcy Kaptur, OH-09
  • Emilia Sykes, OH-13

Oregon

  • Suzanne Bonamici, OR-01

  • Maxine Dexter, OR-03

  • Val Hoyle, OR-04

  • Janelle Bynum, OR-05

  • Andrea Salinas, OR-06

Pennsylvania

  • Ashley Ehasz, PA-01

  • Dwight Evans, PA-03

  • Madeleine Dean, PA-04

  • Mary Gay Scanlon, PA-05

  • Susan Wild, PA-07

  • Janelle Stelson, PA-10

  • Summer Lee, PA-12

  • Chris Deluzio, PA-17

Rhode Island

  • Sheldon Whitehouse, U.S. Senate

South Carolina

  • Jim Clyburn, SC-06

Tennessee

  • Steve Cohen, TN-09

Texas

  • Colin Allred, U.S. Senate

  • Lizzie Fletcher, TX-07

  • Michelle Vallejo, TX-15

  • Veronica Escobar, TX-16

  • Joaquin Castro, TX-20

  • Sylvia Garcia, TX-29

  • Jasmine Crockett, TX-30

  • Julie Johnson, TX-32

  • Greg Casar, TX-35

  • Lloyd Doggett, TX-37

Vermont

  • Bernie Sanders, U.S. Senate

Virginia

  • Missy Cotter Smasal, VA-02
  • Bobby Scott, VA-03
  • Jennifer McClellan, VA-04

  • Don Beyer, VA-08

  • Gerry Connolly, VA-11

Washington

  • Maria Cantwell, U.S. Senate
  • Suzan DelBene, WA-01
  • Emily Randall, WA-06
  • Pramila Jayapal, WA-07
  • Kim Schrier, WA-08
  • Adam Smith, WA-09
  • Marilyn Strickland, WA-10

Wisconsin

  • Mark Pocan, WI-02
  • Gwen Moore, WI-04
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