Oct. 11, 2016
The stakes for women’s health have never been higher than they are in the 2016 election -- access to safe and legal abortion, insurance coverage for birth control, and ensuring patients can still access Planned Parenthood’s preventive services are all hanging in the balance.
2016 Endorsed Candidates
Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota Action Fund endorsed candidates.
Jan. 7, 2016
The Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota (PPMNS) Action Fund announced today that it will endorse Hillary Clinton for President of the United States. This endorsement follows the national Planned Parenthood Action Fund endorsement of Secretary Clinton --- marking the first time in the organization’s 100 year history that it has endorsed a candidate in a presidential primary.
Find a reproductive health champion in your area.
For working Minnesotans, finding candidates to vote for has never been easier. Use the form to find candidates endorsed by organizations from across the state while having the time to do your own research.
- Comprehensive sex education
- Access to contraception and family planning
- Keeping health care decisions, including decisions about birth control, in the hands of women and not their employers
- A woman’s constitutionally protected right to obtain a safe, legal, and accessible abortion
Minnesota voters won’t stand by as our elected officials continue to vote against the majority of Minnesotans by restricting access to reproductive healthcare. Minnesota legislators up for reelection have been taking more and more extreme positions, alienating themselves from the vast majority of Minnesotans who -- poll after poll shows -- want to see women have access to reproductive healthcare.
Oct. 8, 2016
The deadline for pre-registration in Minnesota is October 18! You can pre-register online, by mail, or in person. It's super easy to confirm your voter registration or get registered online.
Sept. 21, 2016
Did you know that as a Minnesota resident you no longer have to wait until Election Day to vote?
Beginning September 23, you can either vote in person or request that a ballot be sent right to your door.
She’s with us.
Hillary Clinton is a fierce and proven champion for women and for families.