Nevada has long been a strongly pro-abortion rights and reproductive health care state, yet there are still many challenges to accessing those same rights that Nevadans vote to support time and time again.
That's why PPVNV is changing its Legislative Scorecard process to more accurately reflect the ways in which our elected officials show up for reproductive rights once they're in office. Below you'll find A - F rankings of legislators based on all the ways they stood up for (or actively stood against) reproductive rights in the 81st Legislative Session.
Voting: Legislators can earn up to 5 points toward their score by voting yes on pro-reproductive health bills or voting against anti-reproductive health bills.
Sponsor: Legislators can earn 3 to 5 points by sponsoring or co-sponsoring pro-reproductive health bills.
Public Comment: Legislators can earn 1 to 3 points by speaking publicly about PPVNV's issues including floor speeches, media stories, and on social media.
Advocacy: Legislators can earn 1 to 2 points by attending trainings hosted by PPVNV, or by attending any event hosted by any one of Planned Parenthood's affiliated organizations.