2016 Candidate Endorsements

Missouri Pink Out The Vote graphicElection Day is quickly approaching and we have an important opportunity to put champions of reproductive and sexual health care into office at all levels, from Washington, DC to Jefferson City.

Both Planned Parenthood Great Plains Votes and Advocates of Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region and Southwest Missouri have endorsed candidates running for state office here in Missouri this November. Planned Parenthood Action Fund has endorsed candidates who are running for federal office. Click here to see the full list of endorsed candidates!

Planned Parenthood supporters have a proud history of showing up in numbers at the polls. Be sure you are registered to vote so you can make your voice heard on November 8!

Repeal TRAP Laws Now!

Targeted Restrictions of Abortion Providers (TRAP laws) like the ones that the Supreme Court just struck down in Texas have nothing to do with protecting women’s health and everything to do with stopping women from accessing abortion.
It’s time to stop pushing these harmful restrictions and repeal existing TRAP laws now.

Shame on Sen. SchaeferShame on Sen. Schaefer

We’ve had enough of Sen. Schaefer’s schemes to punish Missourians, invade privacy, and attack our rights.

When Kurt Schaefer ran for Senate, he described himself as a moderate who wouldn’t play politics. Now he’s attacking Missourians’ access to health care to score political points with extremists.

Sen. Schaefer has:

  • Pushed legislation that would take vital health care services like birth control and annual exams away from thousands of Missourians.
  • Cut access to safe, legal abortion care in Mid-Missouri.
  • Tried to force Planned Parenthood to turn over private patient information, violating federal law.

Tell Sen. Schaefer: Enough is enough.

During the 2016 legislative session, hundreds of Missourians met with and called legislators, thousands sent petitions and emails, and hundreds of thousands were engaged on social media. As a result, none of the nearly 30 bills restricting access to reproductive health passed.

Thank you for your hard work and support.

Missouri State Capitol2016 Bill Summary

Read our full 2016 bill summary.