People of color, LGBTQ+ communities, students, people with disabilities, and people with low incomes all face growing obstacles to voting for candidates and on issues they care about.
These communities are also harmed by laws that block access to abortion and high-quality, affordable reproductive health care. This is no coincidence. If people want to preserve and expand access to sexual and reproductive health care, they need their voting rights protected and their ballots counted.
Pictured at top: A mural painted in Milwaukee in 2020 by street artist Shepard Fairey. Photo by Tom Barrett, used under an Unsplash license.