The November 2018 midterm elections are coming up fast. Volunteers from all over Minnesota are already stepping up, fighting back, and getting out the vote—and it’s time to double-down. We’re going to elect lawmakers who care about reproductive rights, access to health care, and civil liberties—and we’re going to need your help to do it.Phonebanking is the best way to reach the most people in the shortest time. Your calls are more important than ever to make sure voters know how important this election is and reminding them to pink out the polls on November 6. Here’s everything you need to know about volunteering to phone bank.
Young people are organizing, mobilizing, and stepping up in record numbers to take their power back. Here in Minnesota, we some of the most competitive races in the entire country, and many of them, up and down the ballot, will be decided by young voters. If you’ve never voted before, don’t worry— we’ve got you covered with a step by step guide for how to get registered and get your vote on in Minnesota.
Republican candidates like Karin Housley, Erik Paulsen, and Jason Lewis all say that they support protections for people with pre-existing conditions, but they have made it clear: no matter what they say on the campaign trail, they will not actually protect people with pre-existing conditions. This Senate vote underscores the importance of electing lawmakers who will work to protect people with pre-existing conditions.
Lifetime activist, leader, and longtime Planned Parenthood volunteer, Marlene Kayser, passed away at the age of 79. Marlene was a key and treasured member of the Planned Parenthood family for decades, serving for nearly thirty years on the boards of directors for Planned Parenthood and the Planned Parenthood Action Fund. She dedicated her life to human rights and making the world a better place for women and girls.
The 2018 midterm elections on November 6 and the stakes couldn’t be higher. This election is the first time since 1978 that Minnesota’s entire U.S. Congressional delegation, the state House of Representatives, and the governor’s seat are ALL up for grabs. Here's what you need to know about how to vote in Minnesota.
Supreme Court Watch: Planned Parenthood Action Fund Condemns Confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court
With the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court, the right to safe, legal abortion in this country is in danger. States will now be the last and only line of defense against the Trump-Pence administration's relentless attempts to turn back the clock on reproductive rights. This is no time for despair; now is the time to act. We can not, and we will not, sit on the sidelines this November.
Erik Paulsen has voted with Trump 97% of the time and has made it clear he will rubber stamp the GOP’s anti-health equity, anti-abortion, anti-Planned Parenthood agenda if is re-elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. The choice this November is clear—a vote for Erik Paulsen is a vote against access to health care for millions of Minnesotans. That’s why it is critical to elect Dean Phillips to protect and expand health care access for all Minnesotans.
A full year after Republicans pulled the Graham-Cassidy-Heller health care bill from the Senate floor, because their disastrous bill could not get the necessary votes to allow them to gut protections for pre-existing conditions and strip health care from millions of Americans, Republicans still aren't telling the truth about protecting people who have pre-existing conditions.
President Trump’s namesake is visiting Minnesota to fundraise for Rep. Jason Lewis and Rep. Erik Paulsen, two of the state’s most-anti women’s health Republicans. Paulsen and Lewis have helped the administration do whatever it wants — even when it’s not at what Minnesotans want. For nearly two years, the Trump-Pence administration has ruthlessly attacked our health and rights, and Rep. Paulsen and Rep. Lewis have supported its entire agenda.