Tim Pawlenty left Minnesota with a legacy of extreme laws that limit access to abortion in our state. In a time when the Trump-Pence administration is continuously attacking our access to birth control, abortion, and health care, Minnesotans cannot afford to give Tim Pawlenty another chance to turn the clock back on reproductive health.
Conversations from voter to voter have the BIGGEST impact on election results. When we talk with our neighbors about our shared values, we can REALLY make a difference. Here are the top 10 things you need to know about our most effective tactic for making sure voters who will support reproductive health champions show up on election day.
“It’s no surprise to see Rep. Jason Lewis on the ‘Worst for Women’ list. He voted multiple times to repeal the Affordable Care Act, which has brought Minnesota’s uninsured rate to an all-time low – and he’s consistently made demeaning remarks about women. He has even called women ‘non-thinking’ for wanting health insurance for birth control. He is bad for Minnesota women and it is crucial to replace him with a lawmaker who will protect health care and reproductive rights in the upcoming election.”
Our work is focused on contacting the right people with the most effective messages to move them to vote for pro-women’s health candidates. We’re using tried and true persuasion techniques including voter modeling, message testing, digital organizing technology, canvassing operations, and paid and earned media.
Right now, when you make a contribution of $1,500 (single ticket) or $3,000 (tickets for two) to the Planned Parenthood of Minnesota Political Action Fund, a political fund registered with the State of Minnesota, you’ll secure your spot for the performance of Hamilton on Friday, September 7, 2018 at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis.
Governor Dayton Adds Minnesota to List of States Urging Health and Human Services Secretary Azar to Maintain Integrity of Title X Program
The Planned Parenthood Action Fund applauds Dayton for standing up for 53,000 Minnesota Planned Parenthood patients.
“We CAN do it, because there are so many of us out there fighting all across the country to create the shared future we all deserve grounded in the values we all share.”
“I heard about the opportunity to get involved and I thought it was time for us to all take a stand. I wanted to learn more about how politics can play a role in reproductive health.”
“Because Planned Parenthood took care of me, when I was deciding what activism I wanted to do, I wanted to help take care of Planned Parenthood.”