Women of color, indigenous women, trans women, immigrant women, and disabled women are leading the movement. In 2018, women of all identities and backgrounds continued to make history and reach new heights in our society. From the ballot box to the music industry, women shaped history this year. Here’s how women rocked 2018.
In 2018 Planned Parenthood supporters resisted, persisted, and voted. Victories in Minnesota were powered by YOU—women, people of color, LGBTQ people, Planned Parenthood patients, and young people—who stepped up, took action, and made change. Because of you, we’re starting 2019 stronger than ever.
As we look ahead to next year, let’s take a look back at some of our favorite moments of 2018—historic firsts, hard-fought victories, and memorable milestones—all because of the dedication and activism of supporters just like you.
Sen. Smith’s win marks the first time in recent history a former Planned Parenthood employee has been elected to the U.S. Senate, and Minnesotans could not have picked a better candidate for the job.
We stand ready to work with Governor Walz to advocate for equitable and accessible health care for all Minnesotans.
Reproductive health care is under attack and abortion access is at risk across the country. If politicians don’t stand with us on access to safe and legal abortion, affordable birth control, or health care equity—then they don’t deserve to represent us. Now is the time to hold politicians accountable and elect leaders who will fight with us. It’s up to us to take back the power from those who are intent on dividing us and elect reproductive health champions who will fight to protect our health, rights, and communities. Learn about candidates who are endorsed by the Planned Parenthood Action Fund and vote for reproductive health champions on November 6.
Are you ready to #pinkoutthevote on November 6? Everyone has their own unique reason to vote—ever wondered how your zodiac sign plays into it? Here's your Election 2018 Horoscope.
On Election Day, millions of Minnesotans will head to the polls to vote for candidates who share their values. What’s your plan to be one of them? Will you vote in the morning? In the evening? Do you plan to bring anyone with you? How do you plan to get to your polling place? Create your personalized vote plan now.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Jeff Johnson would “defund” Planned Parenthood in Minnesota if elected, denying thousands of patients access to Planned Parenthood by cutting off public funding that many rely on for birth control, cancer screenings, and STD testing and treatment. Most people support Planned Parenthood’s expert reproductive health care services and Johnson’s position is an affront to the one in five Minnesotans who rely on Planned Parenthood’s services at some point in their lives.