This election season will have a big impact on the future of reproductive health care. State, local, and national legislators have the power to enact reproductive health policies that affect our lives. The Reproductive Health Access Project is all about making informed decisions. We want to make sure you have the information you need to make your decision this election season.
RHAP compiled a list of resources on our Vote 2016: Get the Facts website to help you understand where the candidates stand on issues that are important to you. We have information on the national and local candidates, including their opinions on reproductive health issues. There is also information about important allied actions from All* Above All, Act for Women, and Coalition for Freedom and Liberty. Our state-by-state resources have information on upcoming primaries and voter registration. We are working to keep the information as up-to-date as possible and will be updating our state-by-state resources with voter guides as they are published. There will be more information on senate and house candidates as well as ballot measures for each state as the state primary elections approach.
In preparation for the launch of our Vote 2016: Get the Facts website we consider, “What would the 2016 presidential candidates be like in the exam room?” Check out this video from our hilarious friends, Buzz Off Lucille:
Visit Vote 2016: Get the Facts to find out where presidential, house, and senate candidates stand on reproductive health issues. Learn about state ballot initiatives that could affect your access to reproductive health care. And, don’t forget to register to vote!