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2014 Pro-Choice Voter Guide

Endorsed Candidates

NARAL Pro-Choice America PAC is proud to endorse these pro-choice champions in their races.

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Alabama

U.S. House of Representatives

Rep. Terri Sewell - district 07

Alaska

U.S. Senate

Sen. Mark Begich

Arizona

U.S. House of Representatives

Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick - district 01
Rep. Ron Barber - district 02
Rep. Kyrsten Sinema - district 09

California

U.S. House of Representatives

Rep. Ami Bera - district 07
Rep. Nancy Pelosi - district 12
Rep. Barbara Lee - district 13
Rep. Jackie Speier - district 14
Rep. Eric Swalwell - district 15
Rep. Mike Honda - district 17
Rep. Lois Capps - district 24
Rep. Julia Brownley - district 26
Rep. Judy Chu - district 27
Mayor Pete Aguilar - district 31
Rep. Raul Ruiz - district 36
Rep. Scott Peters - district 52

Colorado

U.S. Senate

Sen. Mark Udall

U.S. House of Representatives

Rep. Diana DeGette - district 01
Andrew Romanoff - district 06

Connecticut

U.S. House of Representatives

Rep. Rosa DeLauro - district 03
Rep. Elizabeth Esty - district 05

Florida

U.S. House of Representatives

Rep. Patrick Murphy - district 18
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz - district 23
Rep. Joe Garcia - district 26

Georgia

U.S. House of Representatives

Rep. Hank Johnson - district 04

Illinois

U.S. House of Representatives

Rep. Mike Quigley - district 05
Rep. Tammy Duckworth - district 08
Rep. Jan Schakowsky - district 09
Rep. Brad Schneider - district 10
Rep. Bill Foster - district 11
Ann Callis - district 13
Rep. Cheri Bustos - district 17

Iowa

U.S. Senate

Rep. Bruce Braley

U.S. House of Representatives

Staci Appel - district 03

Kentucky

U.S. Senate

Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes

Maine

U.S. House of Representatives

State Sen. Emily Cain - district 02

Governor

Rep. Mike Michaud

Maryland

U.S. House of Representatives

Rep. Donna Edwards - district 04
Rep. Steny Hoyer - district 05

Massachusetts

U.S. Senate

Sen. Ed Markey

U.S. House of Representatives

Rep. Katherine Clark - district 05

Michigan

U.S. Senate

Rep. Gary Peters

U.S. House of Representatives

Pam Byrnes - district 07

Governor

Rep. Mark Schauer

Minnesota

U.S. Senate

Sen. Al Franken

U.S. House of Representatives

Rep. Keith Ellison - district 05

Nevada

U.S. House of Representatives

Erin Bilbray - district 03
Rep. Steven Horsford - district 04

Lieutenant Governor

Lucy Flores

New Hampshire

U.S. Senate

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen

U.S. House of Representatives

Rep. Carol Shea-Porter - district 01
Rep. Ann Kuster - district 02

New Jersey

U.S. Senate

Sen. Cory Booker

U.S. House of Representatives

Aimee Belgard - district 03

New York

U.S. House of Representatives

Rep. Tim Bishop - district 01
Rep. Steve Israel - district 03
Kathleen Rice - district 04
Rep. Jerrold Nadler - district 10
Domenic Recchia - district 11
Rep. Carolyn Maloney - district 12
Rep. Joe Crowley - district 14
Rep. Nita Lowey - district 17
Rep. Sean Maloney - district 18
Sean Eldridge - district 19
Martha Robertson - district 23
Rep. Dan Maffei - district 24
Rep. Louise Slaughter - district 25

North Carolina

U.S. House of Representatives

State Rep. Alma Adams - district 12

Ohio

U.S. House of Representatives

Michael Wager - district 14

Pennsylvania

U.S. House of Representatives

Kevin Strouse - district 08

Governor

Tom Wolf

Tennessee

U.S. House of Representatives

Rep. Steve Cohen - district 09

Virginia

U.S. House of Representatives

John Foust - district 10

Washington

U.S. House of Representatives

Rep. Suzan DelBene - district 01

Wisconsin

U.S. House of Representatives

Rep. Gwen Moore - district 04


Ballot Measures

Colorado Amendment 67
In 2014, Coloradans will once again vote on an anti-choice, "personhood"-like measure that would amend the state's constitution. If it passes, it could pave the way to a ban on abortion, even in cases of rape or incest, and outlaw common forms of birth control. The same groups that pushed the last two anti-choice ballot measures are behind this one, and even though Amendment 67 sounds well-intentioned, their goal to ban abortion hasn't changed. Check out NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado for more information and ways to take action.

North Dakota "Personhood" Measure
In November, North Dakotans will vote on a personhood amendment that would define life as beginning at conception. Should this measure pass, it would effectively ban abortion in almost all cases, outlaw some of the most common forms of birth control, restrict fertility treatments such as in-vitro fertilization, and forbid stem-cell research. While "personhood" proposals have appeared on the ballot in several states, they have all failed

Tennessee Anti-Choice Constitutional Amendment
Voters in Tennessee will vote on a measure that would repeal a woman’s right to privacy and significantly expand the power of elected officials in the state to restrict abortion rights. If the measure passes, the legislature would have the power to repeal any measure that protects abortion rights. That's not all. If Roe v. Wade were ever overturned, the Tennessee Supreme Court would have no authority to keep abortion legal in the state.


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