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Illinois Must Remain a Haven for Reproductive Rights

Help elect champions to the Illinois General Assembly in 2020.

Together, We Can Win!

Help us reach our goal of $25,000.

What We Accomplished

Our Impact in 2018

The 2018 elections marked a huge victory for reproductive health and rights in Illinois. With your support, PPIA PAC: 

  • Flipped seats in Springfield from anti-choice politicians to pro-choice champions, electing Terra Costa Howard, Mary Edly-Allen, and Joyce Mason. 
  • Won two key Illinois races, electing pro-Planned Parenthood leaders Governor JB Pritzker and Attorney General Kwame Raoul. 
  • Elected the legislators who passed the Reproductive Health Act in 2019, securing access to maternal, contraceptive, and abortion health care in Illinois. 

Where We’re Going

The Case to Win in 2020

It only takes one election for the opposition to overturn the slim pro-choice majority in Springfield. We know that anti-abortion candidates are organizing to take back the legislature so they can repeal the pro-choice legislation we have fought to pass.

PPIA PAC is pursuing an ambitions voter engagement plan to reach more than 350,000 supporters by:

  • Calling 500 supporters and encouraging them to vote for pro-choice leaders

  • Texting 25,000 voters and educating them on how to safely cast their ballots this fall

  • Reaching 30,000 supporters through social media posts to re-elect champions

  • Emailing 300,000 pro-reproductive rights voters before Election Day

Click here to see Planned Parenthood Illinois Action's endorsements for the 2020 General Election.

Ways to Fundraise

Virtual Happy Hour

Connect with your friends over a virtual happy hour to protect access to reproductive health care and rights, and encourage them to donate what they would have spent going out.

Virtual House Party

Invite your guests to an evening event in the comfort of their homes to hear about the work PPIA PAC is doing with a speaker from the organization.

Virtual Movie Night

Invite your friends to stream a pro-choice/feminist/reproductive rights movie together, and host a video chat afterwards! We suggest: Unpregnant, AKA Jane Doe, or Never Rarely Sometimes Always. Ask that everyone donate the cost of a movie ticket and snacks.

A Physical Challenge

Commit to running, walking, or biking a mile every time someone donates. You can do this with other forms of physical activity as well, like push-ups or sit-ups. Or host an online class for a suggested donation.

Election Night Watch Party

Yes, we can. Get your friends together for a virtual celebration on Election night! Watch the vote count come in and count down the minutes to a Biden/Harris presidency!

Make a Gift Today

Invite your friends to make a gift today, and elect Planned Parenthood champions to office in 2020!

Support from Our Team

If you are interested in hosting a virtual fundraiser or would like to mail in your donation, please contact Carolyn, Development Events Manager, at [email protected] or 312-592-6827.

Planned Parenthood Illinois Action PAC (PPIA PAC) is a nonpartisan political action committee committed to electing state and local candidates who share Planned Parenthood’s values. PPIA PAC supports candidates by educating voters through mail and advertising, and engages in Get Out the Vote efforts with virtual phone banks, text banking, and digital organizing though our OutVote app. All donations to PPIA PAC are used directly to elect candidates who will protect reproductive rights and advocate for progressive legislation and issues that affect Planned Parenthood patients. 

In accordance with Illinois State Law, donations in aggregate of $150 or more in one year will be listed on the Illinois State Board of Elections website. Donations to PPIA PAC are NOT tax deductible.

This page is paid for by Planned Parenthood Illinois Action PAC. A copy of our report filed with the State Board of Elections is (or will be) available for purchase from the State Board of Elections, Springfield, Illinois.