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Sexual and reproductive health care has been under attack like never before as anti-abortion politicians push their own moral and religious beliefs on all of us.

This November, we demand change. We must vote for candidates who will fight to ensure all Iowans have access to quality, affordable reproductive health care, including birth control, cancer screenings, and abortion.

Vote for Leaders Who Will Put Health and Safety First by Nov. 3

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Planned Parenthood Endorsed Candidates

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Andrea Phillips

Rep. Andrea Phillips is running for Iowa House in District 37, which covers the northern portion of Ankeny.

She will always support women’s reproductive freedoms, and will champion increased funding for public schools and affordable, accessible health care for every Iowan.

Andrea is endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Iowa PAC. 

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Rep. Heather Matson

Rep. Heather Matson is running for reelection to the Iowa House in District 38, which includes the southern portion of Ankeny and the northern tip of Des Moines.

She has been a stalwart advocate of reproductive rights and health in the Iowa House since she was elected in 2018.

Heather is endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Iowa PAC.

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Rep. Karin Derry

Rep. Karin Derry is running for reelection to the Iowa House in District 39, which includes the Des Moines suburbs of Johnston and Grimes.

She is a champion of sexual and reproductive health care and is a key voice on the House Judiciary Committee.

Karin is endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Iowa PAC. 

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Kenan Judge

Rep. Kenan Judge is running for reelection to the Iowa House in District 44, which includes the Des Moines suburb of Waukee.

He is passionate about providing affordable, accessible health care to all who need it, and understands Planned Parenthood’s role in providing that care.

Kenan is endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Iowa PAC. 

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Rep. Jennifer Konfrst

Rep. Jennifer Konfrst is running for reelection to the Iowa House in District 43, which includes the Des Moines suburbs of Windsor Heights, Clive, and portions of West Des Moines.

She consistently stands up to defend reproductive rights and fights against attacks on sexual and reproductive health care in Iowa.

Jennifer is endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Iowa PAC. 

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Rep. John Forbes

Rep. John Forbes is running for reelection in House District 40, which includes the Des Moines suburb of Urbandale.

His expertise as a pharmacist is important in advocating for accessible and affordable birth control.

John is endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Iowa PAC.

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Kayla Koether

Kayla Koether is running for Iowa House in District 55, located in Iowa’s Driftless region and includes Decorah and West Union.

She is dedicated to standing up for rural Iowans and ensuring access to the health care they need.

Kayla is endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Iowa PAC. 

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Eric Gjerde

Eric Gjerde is running for Iowa House in District 67, an open seat that includes north Cedar Rapids, Marion, and Hiawatha.

He is an educator and will be a strong advocate for accessible and affordable health care.

Eric is endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Iowa PAC.

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Rep. Dave Williams

Rep. Dave Williams is running for reelection to the Iowa House in District 60, which includes portions of Cedar Falls and Waterloo.

He is a champion for education and health care, and believes Iowans deserve access to the health care they need without facing barriers.

Dave is endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates or Iowa PAC. 

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Rep. Molly Donahue

Rep. Molly Donahue is running for reelection to the Iowa House in District 68, which includes Marion and eastern Linn County.

She is an educator and believes Iowans deserve access to family planning, no matter where they live or how much money they make.

Molly is endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Iowa PAC.

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Christian Andrews

Christian Andrews is running for Iowa House in District 95, an open seat that includes rural Linn County, just north of Cedar Rapids.

He will be an advocate for accessible and affordable health care for all Iowans.

Christian is endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Iowa PAC.

Marie Gleason

Marie Gleason is running for Iowa House in District 94 which includes Bettendorf and North Davenport.

She lives just blocks away from a former Planned Parenthood health center that was forced to close its doors when anti-repro rights politicians defunded the provider in 2017. She will stand up for reproductive rights and supports adequate access to sexual and reproductive health care.

Marie is endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Iowa PAC.

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Lonnie Pulkrabek

Lonnie Pulkrabek is running for Iowa House in District 73, which includes Cedar and part of Johnson Counties.

He understands that Iowans need to be able to make the health care decisions that are best for them and their families, not extreme politicians.

Lonnie is endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Iowa PAC.

Rhonda Martin smiles in front of her porch.

Rhonda Martin

Rhonda Martin is running for Iowa Senate in District 20, which includes the Des Moines suburbs of Urbandale, Johnston, and Grimes.

She currently serves on the Johnston City Council and will be an advocate for accessible and affordable health care.

Rhonda is endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Iowa PAC.

Sarah Trone-Garriott smiles in front of a brick wall.

Sarah Trone-Garriott

Sarah Trone-Garriot is running for Iowa Senate in District 22, an open seat that includes the Des Moines suburbs of Windsor Heights, Clive, Waukee and parts of West Des Moines.

She is an active advocate for Planned Parenthood and frequently speaks against harmful, anti-abortion legislation at the Captiol.

Sarah is endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Iowa PAC.

Pledge to Vote

Demand change and vote for candidates at every level of public office who believe in building a better Iowa that centers our sexual and reproductive health care needs, supports our friends and neighbors of all backgrounds, and intentionally dismantles systemic racism.

After experiencing three years of relentless attacks from anti-abortion legislators pushing their own moral beliefs, and as we face an open Supreme Court seat, the time is now. 

Pledge to vote for candidates who believe that Iowans should be able to control their life's path without interference from politicians. Pledge to vote for sexual and reproductive health champions by November 3.
 

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