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The Advocacy Fund's 2021 City of Boston Endorsements

Local leaders play an enormous role in our work to advance reproductive freedom, especially in addressing persistent health disparities, improving equitable access to care and opportunities, and dismantling the barriers we face at every intersection of our lives.

That's why the Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund of Massachusetts is proud to endorse the following candidates for Boston City Council. Each of these candidates understand that as long as people are denied bodily autonomy and the ability to decide for themselves how to live and build their futures, true reproductive freedom will remain out of reach. 

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PPAF is proud to endorse Michelle Wu for mayor.

Bostonians deserve a mayor who will work tirelessly for every community, has a bold vision for a healthier and more equitable city, and has a proven track record of taking on and winning tough fights.

Learn more about why Michelle is the reproductive freedom candidate and why we're boarding the Wutrain.

Julia Mejia for Boston City Council At-Large 

David Halbert for Boston City Council At-Large

Ruthzee Louijeune for Boston City Council At-Large

Lydia Edwards for Boston City Council, District 1

Stephen McBride for Boston City Council, District 3

Ricardo Arroyo for Boston City Council, District 5

Kendra Hicks for Boston City Council, District 6

Tania Fernandes Anderson for Boston City Council, District 7

Kenzie Bok for Boston City Council, District 8 

Liz Breadon for Boston City Council, District 9

PPAF is proud to support the Yes on 1 ballot campaign.

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PPAF is proud to support the Yes on 1 ballot campaign.

Question 1 would amend the city of Boston's charter to make Boston’s budget process more transparent, accountable and democratic.

If passed, this ballot measure would both give the Boston City Council the power to amend and improve the mayor's budget and create an independent office that would allow Boston residents to propose and vote on parts of the city budget.