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State leadership matters in the fight for reproductive freedom and health care access – and the stakes have never been higher. 

As millions of people lose access to abortion and politicians threaten to restrict all reproductive rights across the country, we need state leaders that are bold, effective, unapologetic champions for sexual and reproductive health and rights to ensure Massachusetts remains a beacon for reproductive freedom and a safe place to access care. 

Just weeks after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and erased the federal constitutional right to abortion, the Massachusetts legislature passed one of the most comprehensive abortion access laws in the country. Next session, we must continue to build on that work! The Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund of Massachusetts (PPAF) is proud to endorse candidates who will fight tirelessly for the health and safety of Planned Parenthood patients and providers and who will work to make sexual and reproductive health care affordable and accessible to all in Massachusetts. 

The Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund of Massachusetts proudly endorses: 

For Governor

Maura Healey 

For Lieutenant Governor

Kim Driscoll 

For Attorney General

Andrea Campbell 

For State Senate

Kathleen Crogan-Camara, Norfolk, Plymouth, and Bristol 

Paul Mark, Berkshire, Hampshire, Franklin, and Hampden 

Jake Oliveira, Hampden, Hampshire, and Worcester 

Cynthia Stone Creem, Norfolk and Middlesex 

Brendan Crighton, 3rd Essex 

Julian Cyr, Cape and Islands 

Sal DiDomenico, Middlesex and Suffolk 

Jamie Eldridge, Middlesex and Worcester 

Paul Feeney, Bristol and Norfolk 

Barry Finegold, 2nd Essex and Middlesex 

Cindy Friedman, 4th Middlesex 

Adam Gomez, Hampden 

Jason Lewis, 5th Middlesex 

Joan Lovely, 2nd Essex 

Susan Moran, Plymouth and Barnstable 

Becca Rausch, Norfolk, Worcester, and Middlesex 

For State Representative

James Arena-DeRosa, 8th Middlesex 

Simon Cataldo, 14th Middlesex 

Teresa English, 22nd Middlesex 

Stephen Fishman, 11th Worcester 

Sam Montaño, 15th Suffolk 

Nichole Mossalam, 35th Middlesex 

Margareth Shepard, 6th Middlesex 

Christine Barber, 34th Middlesex 

Ruth Balser, 12th Middlesex 

Mike Connolly, 26th Middlesex 

Manny Cruz, 7th Essex 

Mike Day, 31st Middlesex 

Marjorie Decker, 25th Middlesex 

Tricia Farley-Bouvier, 2nd Berskshire 

Christopher Flanagan, 1st Barnstable 

Ken Gordon, 21st Middlesex 

Jim Hawkins, 2nd Bristol  

Vanna Howard, 17th Middlesex 

Natalie Higgins, 4th Worcester 

Kay Khan, 11th Middlesex  

David LeBoeuf, 17th Worcester 

Jack Patrick Lewis, 7th Middlesex 

Adrian Madaro, 1st Suffolk 

Tram Nguyen, 18th Essex 

Jim O’Day, 14th Worcester 

Sarah Peake, 4th Barnstable 

Smitty Pignatelli, 3rd Berkshire 

Lindsay Sabadosa, 1st Hampshire 

Margaret Scarsdale, 1st Middlesex 

Tom Stanley, 9th Middlesex 

Erika Uyterhoeven, 27th Middlesex 


KEY 2022 Election Dates

The Massachusetts Primary Election is Tuesday, September 6th. If you choose to vote early, you can vote by mail by requesting a mail-in ballot by August 29, or vote early in-person from August 27 – September 2. 

PPAF endorses in select statewide, state legislative, and municipal races across the state

To seek our endorsement, contact: 

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