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.
You fought for health care, now get enrolled. Beginning November 1, you can sign up for affordable health insurance during MNsure Open Enrollment. The last day to sign up is January 13, 2019—and Planned Parenthood can even help with free assistance from MNsure certified Navigators.
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.
Trump's endorsement is a clear sign that a candidate is a threat to our rights and access to care.
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.