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Candidate Ratings

The Planned Parenthood of Greater New York Action Fund candidate questionnaire asks a series of questions to rate candidates on their support of sexual and reproductive health and rights, as well as other issues that impact our communities.

Visit the pages below to view candidate ratings for state and local races across New York.

Note: Ratings will be released on a rolling basis.


Candidate Ratings by New York Region

Nassau County

View candidate ratings for races in Nassau County.

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New York City

View candidate ratings for races in the five boroughs.

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Contact Us

If you believe there is an error, please have the candidate email [email protected]. 


Register to Vote

Register to vote by May 28, 2021 in order to vote in the June primary.

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Vote Absentee

Apply for an absentee ballot by June 15, 2021. If you receive an absentee ballot, postmark it by June 22, 2021 or drop it off at a location near you.

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Vote Early or In Person

Vote early or vote in person on June 22, 2021.

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2021 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.