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Washington, DC — Today, Planned Parenthood Action Fund announced its endorsement of 198 members of the House on the ballot for re-election in 2022. With the Supreme Court considering a case that could overturn Roe v. Wade and put abortion access at risk for 36 million women, plus trans, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming people who can get pregnant across 26 states, the stakes have never been higher to re-elect leaders who will fight to preserve and expand access to sexual and reproductive health care.

In 2020, the reelection of a pro-reproductive rights majority in the U.S. House of Representatives meant renewed potential to restore, protect, and expand access to sexual and reproductive health care across the country and around the world. Their leadership resulted in the passage of critical legislation in the House, including the Women’s Health Protection Act, spending bills free of the discriminatory Hyde and Helms amendments, and the permanent repeal of the global gag rule – incredible steps in just one year. In 2022, it will be critical to maintain and expand that majority to continue fighting to protect abortion access across the country. 

Statement from Alexis McGill Johnson, president of Planned Parenthood Action Fund:

“2022 is poised to be the most consequential year for abortion access in a generation. Next year, the right to decide our own futures will be on the line — and up and down the ballot — like never before. That’s why we must protect the seats of leaders in the House who have a consistent record of standing up for our right to basic health care and the freedom to chart our own paths. In the last year, we’ve seen these members support meaningful measures to advance access to reproductive health care in the U.S. and globally. Amid the relentless threats to safe, legal abortion, we will need their leadership more than ever.” 

The Action Fund’s endorsement of U.S. House incumbents for the 2022 election cycle includes all candidates that currently maintain a 100% on the Action Fund scorecard based on the current and preceding six years of congressional votes. To earn a perfect score, a member of Congress must always vote in support of sexual and reproductive health and rights.

The full list of endorsed candidates is: 

Terri Sewell, AL-07

Tom O'Halleran, AZ-01

Raúl Grijalva, AZ-03

Ruben Gallego, AZ-07

Greg Stanton, AZ-09

Jared Huffman , CA-02

John Garamendi, CA-03

Mike Thompson, CA-05

Doris Matsui, CA-06

Ami Bera, CA-07

Jerry McNerney, CA-09

Josh Harder, CA-10

Mark DeSaulnier, CA-11

Nancy Pelosi, CA-12

Barbara Lee, CA-13

Eric Swalwell, CA-15

Jim Costa, CA-16

Ro Khanna, CA-17

Anna Eshoo, CA-18

Zoe Lofgren, CA-19

Jimmy Panetta, CA-20

Salud Carbajal, CA-24

Julia Brownley, CA-26

Judy Chu, CA-27

Adam Schiff, CA-28

Tony Cárdenas, CA-29

Brad Sherman, CA-30

Pete Aguilar, CA-31

Grace Napolitano, CA-32

Ted Lieu, CA-33

Jimmy Gomez, CA-34

Norma Torres, CA-35

Raul Ruiz, CA-36

Linda Sanchez, CA-38

Lucille Roybal-Allard, CA-40

Mark Takano, CA-41

Maxine Waters, CA-43

Nanette Barragán, CA-44

Katie Porter, CA-45

Lou Correa, CA-46

Alan Lowenthal, CA-47

Mike Levin, CA-49

Juan Vargas, CA-51

Scott Peters, CA-52

Sara Jacobs, CA-53

Diana DeGette, CO-01

Joe Neguse, CO-02

Jason Crow, CO-06

Ed Perlmutter, CO-07

John Larson, CT-01

Joe Courtney, CT-02

Rosa DeLauro, CT-03

Jim Himes, CT-04

Jahana Hayes, CT-05

Lisa Blunt Rochester, DE-AL

Al Lawson, FL-05

Stephanie Murphy, FL-07

Darren Soto, FL-09

Kathy Castor, FL-14

Lois Frankel, FL-21

Ted Deutch, FL-22

Debbie Wasserman Schultz, FL-23

Frederica Wilson, FL-24

Sanford Bishop, GA-02

Hank Johnson, GA-04

Nikema Williams, GA-05

Lucy McBath, GA-07*

Carolyn Bourdeaux, GA-07*

David Scott, GA-13

Ed Case, HI-01

Kai Kahele, HI-02

Cindy Axne, IA-03

Bobby Rush, IL-01

Robin Kelly, IL-02

Jesús "Chuy" Garcia, IL-04

Mike Quigley, IL-05

Sean Casten, IL-06*

Marie Newman, IL-06*

Danny Davis, IL-07

Raja Krishnamoorthi, IL-08

Jan Schakowsky, IL-09

Brad Schneider, IL-10

Bill Foster, IL-11

Lauren Underwood, IL-14

Frank Mrvan, IN-01

Andre Carson, IN-07

Sharice Davids, KS-03

Troy Carter, LA-02

Richard Neal, MA-01

Jim McGovern, MA-02

Lori Trahan, MA-03

Jake Auchincloss, MA-04

Katherine Clark, MA-05

Seth Moulton, MA-06

Ayanna Pressley, MA-07

Stephen Lynch, MA-08

Bill Keating, MA-09

Dutch Ruppersberger, MD-02

John Sarbanes, MD-03

Steny Hoyer, MD-05

David Trone, MD-06

Kweisi Mfume, MD-07

Jamie Raskin, MD-08

Chellie Pingree, ME-01

Jared Golden, ME-02

Dan Kildee, MI-05

Elissa Slotkin, MI-08

Andy Levin, MI-09

Haley Stevens, MI-11

Debbie Dingell , MI-12

Rashida Tlaib, MI-13

Brenda Lawrence, MI-14

Angie Craig, MN-02

Dean Phillips, MN-03

Betty McCollum, MN-04

Ilhan Omar, MN-05

Cori Bush, MO-01

Emanuel Cleaver, MO-05

Bennie Thompson, MS-02

Deborah Ross, NC-05

Kathy Manning, NC-06

Alma Adams, NC-09

Chris Pappas, NH-01

Ann McLane Kuster, NH-02

Donald Norcross, NJ-01

Andy Kim, NJ-03

Josh Gottheimer, NJ-05

Frank Pallone, NJ-06

Tom Malinowski, NJ-07

Albio Sires, NJ-08

Bill Pascrell, NJ-09

Donald Payne, Jr., NJ-10

Mikie Sherrill, NJ-11

Bonnie Watson Coleman, NJ-12

Melanie Stansbury, NM-01

Teresa Leger Fernandez, NM-03

Dina Titus, NV-01

Susie Lee, NV-03

Steven Horsford, NV-04

Kathleen Rice, NY-04

Gregory Meeks, NY-05

Grace Meng, NY-06

Nydia Velazquez, NY-07

Hakeem Jeffries, NY-08

Yvette Clark, NY-09

Jerry Nadler, NY-10

Carolyn Maloney, NY-12

Adriano Espaillat, NY-13

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, NY-14

Ritchie Torres, NY-15

Jamaal Bowman, NY-16

Mondaire Jones, NY-17

Sean Patrick Maloney, NY-18

Antonio Delgado, NY-19

Paul Tonko, NY-20

Joseph Morelle, NY-25

Brian Higgins, NY-26

Joyce Beatty, OH-03

Shontel Brown, OH-11

Suzanne Bonamici, OR-01

Earl Blumenauer, OR-03

Kurt Schrader, OR-05

Brendan Boyle, PA-02

Dwight Evans, PA-03

Madeleine Dean, PA-04

Mary Gay Scanlon, PA-05

Chrissy Houlahan, PA-06

Susan Wild, PA-07

David Cicilline, RI-01

Jim Clyburn, SC-06

Jim Cooper, TN-05

Steve Cohen, TN-09

Lizzie Fletcher, TX-07

Al Green, TX-09

Veronica Escobar, TX-16

Sheila Jackson Lee, TX-18

Joaquin Castro, TX-20

Sylvia Garcia, TX-29

Colin Allred, TX-32

Marc Veasey, TX-33

Vicente Gonzalez, TX-34

Lloyd Doggett, TX-37

Elaine Luria, VA-02

Bobby Scott, VA-03

Donald McEachin, VA-04

Abigail Spanberger, VA-07

Don Beyer, VA-08

Jennifer Wexton, VA-10

Gerry Connolly, VA-11

Suzan DelBene, WA-01

Rick Larsen, WA-02

Derek Kilmer, WA-06

Pramila Jayapal, WA-07

Kim Schrier, WA-08

Adam Smith, WA-09

Marilyn Strickland, WA-10

Mark Pocan, WI-02

Gwen Moore, WI-04

*dual endorsement


Planned Parenthood Action Fund is an independent, nonpartisan, not-for-profit membership organization formed as the advocacy and political arm of Planned Parenthood Federation of America. The Action Fund engages in educational, advocacy, and limited electoral activity, including grassroots organizing, legislative advocacy, and voter education.


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