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Candidate Spotlight: Where Do the 2020 Hopefuls Stand on Sexual & Reproductive Health and Rights?

Birth control. Abortion. Sex ed. Reproductive health care as a human right. What do these have in common? They’re on the 2020 ballot — and Trump wants to restrict all of them. Find out where the candidates stand and if they stand with you.

Elizabeth Warren

U.S. Senator from Massachusetts


Abortion Access

​​​​Warren spoke out against the Hyde Amendment, calling it an assault on the “most vulnerable” women. [The New York Times, 6/5/19]

Birth Control

Warren is co-sponsor of the Affordability is Access Act, a push for low-cost access to over-the-counter birth control access. [U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, 6/13/19]

Planned Parenthood

Warren calls Trump’s Title X gag rule “an ugly attack targeted at women with low incomes and women of color.” [Iowa Starting Line, 6/21/19]

Health Equity

Warren vows to provide full health benefits to people, no matter their immigration status. [The Atlantic, 7/11/19]

Sex Ed

Warren has introduced the Real Education for Healthy Youth Act, which would require federal grantees to establish a science-based and comprehensive sex education curriculum. [Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), 7/28/17]

The only way we can fight back against the harmful and dangerous laws and policies coming from anti-reproductive health politicians is by changing who's writing and passing them. Are you in?