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62 legislators seeking reelection have 100% voting records on sexual, reproductive health


Following the passage of six new laws protecting and expanding access to sexual and reproductive health care during the 2019 legislative session, the Planned Parenthood Maine Action Fund PAC announced its endorsement of 62 incumbent legislators seeking re-election. 


“Sexual and reproductive health care is essential health care and thanks to the work of these legislators, more Mainers are able to get affordable care from trusted providers in their communities,” said Nicole Clegg, spokesperson for the Planned Parenthood Maine Action Fund PAC. “Make no mistake -- reproductive health and rights, including safe, legal abortion -- is on the ballot this year. If we’re going to protect our health and rights we have to elect true champions we can count on to continue prioritizing affordable health care for all.” 


The PPMEAF PAC will make additional legislative endorsements in the coming weeks. 


Endorsed State Senators

  • SD 1 -Troy Jackson of Aroostook County
  • SD 5 - Jim Dill of Penobscot County
  • SD 12 - Dave Miramant of Knox County
  • SD 14 - Shenna Bellows of Kennebec County
  • SD 20 - Ned Claxton of Androscoggin County
  • SD 21 - Nate Libby of Androscoggin County
  • SD 23 - Eloise Vitelli of Sagadahoc County
  • SD 25 -  Cathy Breen of Cumberland County
  • SD 27 - Ben Chipman of Cumberland County
  • SD 28 - Heather Sanborn of Cumberland County
  • SD 31 - Justin Chenette of York County
  • SD 32 - Susan Deschambault of York County
  • SD 35 - Mark Lawrence of York County


Endorsed State Representatives

  • HD 2 - Michele Meyer
  • HD 3 - Lydia Bloom
  • HD 6 - Tiffany Roberts
  • HD 7 - Dan Hobbes
  • HD 10 - Henry Ingwersen
  • HD 8 - Chris Babbidge
  • HD 11 - Ryan Fecteau
  • HD 12 - Victoria Foley
  • HD 13 - Lori Gramlich
  • HD 14 - Donna Bailey
  • HD 15 - Margaret O’Neil
  • HD 24 - Mark Bryant
  • HD 26 - Mo Terry
  • HD 28 - Chris Caiazzo
  • HD 29 - Shawn Babine
  • HD 31 - Lois Reckitt
  • HD 32 - Chris Kessler
  • HD 36 - Michael Brennan
  • HD 39 - Michael Sylvester
  • HD 40 - Rachel Talbot Ross
  • HD 42 - Ben Collings
  • HD 43 - Teresa Pierce
  • HD 45 - Steve Moriarty
  • HD 50 - Ralph Tucker
  • HD 51 - Joyce “Jay” McCreight
  • HD 52- Sean Paulhus
  • HD 53 - Allison Hepler
  • HD 54 - Denise Tepler
  • HD 55 - Seth Berry
  • HD 58 - Jim Handy
  • HD 60 - Kristen Cloutier
  • HD 61 - Heidi Brooks
  • HD 62 - Gina Melaragno
  • HD 64 - Bettyann Sheats
  • HD 66 - Jess Fay
  • HD 74 - Tina Riley
  • HD 82 - Kent Ackley
  • HD 83 - Thom Hartnett
  • HD 84 - Charlotte Warren
  • HD 85 - Donna Doore
  • HD 89 - Holly Stover
  • HD 95 - Bill Pluecker
  • HD 97 - Janis Dodge
  • HD 98 - Scott Cuddy
  • HD 107 - Betty Austin
  • HD 122 - Michelle Dunphy
  • HD 127 - Barbara Cardone
  • HD 134 - Genevieve McDonald
  • HD 140 - Anne Perry

Endorsement graphics are available here.


The Planned Parenthood Maine Action Fund Political Action Committee promotes and preserves a health care landscape and a political climate favorable to women’s health by working to identify and elect supportive candidates seeking executive and legislative offices. The PPMEAF PAC is operated by the Planned Parenthood Maine Action Fund, an independent, nonpartisan, not-for-profit membership organization formed as the advocacy and political arm of Planned Parenthood of Northern New England in Maine. The Action Fund engages in educational and electoral activity, including voter education, grassroots organizing, and legislative advocacy.


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