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Contact Your Representative

Politicians at both a state and federal level have been trying to deny Planned Parenthood the Medicaid reimbursements any other health care provider is entitled to. Contact the elected officials that represent you and let them know you are against this unfair targeting of Planned Parenthood.

Get Involved!

Start out by finding out who your representatives are and what they stand for; read the newspaper to be aware of issues and how they affect you; realize that you can initiate change and remember that every vote counts. Your vote and your voice can always make a difference!

Make Contact via the Internet

The Virginia General Assembly website contains a wealth of information. To learn who represents your district, visit their Who's My Legislator site. For additional information on individual members, visit the House of Delegates and the Senate of Virginia membership pages.

Make Contact over the Phone

When the General Assembly is not in session, you may call (804) 698-1500 for the House of Delegates Legislative Information Office and (804) 698-7410 for the Senate Legislative Information Office.

Make Contact by Mail

During the General Assembly session, Delegates and Senators can be reached at their offices in the General Assembly Building in Richmond. When the General Assembly is not in session, Delegates and Senators can be reached at their district offices. 

2017 Congressional Scorecard

The Planned Parenthood Action Fund compiles a scorecard to educate and inform citizens about members of Congress' record of support for women's health. The scores are based on votes on key legislation related to women's health care and rights. Select a state to learn more about the views of its Congressional delegation.

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To earn a score of 100%, a member of Congress must always vote with Planned Parenthood Action Fund's position on the legislation listed above.

For a state to be 100% supportive of women's health, all members of the delegation must have a 100% score. States with 100% delegations: TBD.

The Planned Parenthood Action Fund calculates a members' score by dividing the number of supportive votes over the last six years by the total number of votes taken by that member relating to women's health.