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BOSTON – The Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund of Massachusetts (PPAF) endorsed its latest slate of candidates for the Massachusetts House of Representatives and the state Senate who will prioritize access to sexual and reproductive health care and defend the health, rights, and freedoms of all Massachusetts residents.

Today’s endorsed candidates are:

Massachusetts House of Representatives:

Lindsay Sabadosa of Northampton for the 1st Hampshire District

Tami Gouveia of Concord for the 14th Middlesex District

Erika Johnson of Wilmington for the 19th Middlesex District

Kathleen LaNatra of Kingston for the 12th Plymouth District

Christopher Hendricks of New Bedford for the 11th Bristol District

Matthew Crescenzo of Saugus for the 9th Essex District

Brian Hamlin of Norfolk for the 9th Norfolk District

Massachusetts State Senate:

Diana DiZoglio of Methuen for the 1st Essex District

John Drinkwater of Lowell for the 1st Middlesex District

Chelsea Kline of Northampton for the Hampshire, Franklin and Worcester District

“Since taking office, the Trump-Pence administration has launched dangerous political attacks on the health and wellbeing of every person in this country. But these same attacks have also spurred a groundswell of opposition from people who are fighting for a world where everyone has the freedom and opportunity to control their own lives. Now, we’re taking that fight to the ballot box,” said Tricia Wajda, PPAF’s vice president of external affairs. “Each of these candidates will advocate for their communities and defend against any attempt to restrict reproductive rights. We need these candidates to join the strong majority of Planned Parenthood champions already on Beacon Hill to help Massachusetts blaze a trail to a healthier future for all.”


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