NARAL Pro-Choice America Endorses Brad Schneider for Re-election to Congress
Incumbent in Illinois 10th Congressional District Earns Endorsement from Nation’s Leading Pro-Choice Advocacy Group
For Immediate Release: May 14, 2018
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NARAL Pro-Choice America today announced its endorsement of Brad Schneider in his campaign for re-election to represent Illinois 10th Congressional District.
“Congressman Brad Schneider is a fighter for Illinois women and families, and we are proud to endorse his re-election to Congress,” said Ilyse Hogue, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America. “We need leaders like Brad Schneider who believe that women, not politicians, should have the power to make our own medical decisions.”
“I am again honored to receive the endorsement of NARAL Pro-Choice America,” said Schneider. “I firmly believe in each woman’s personal right to make her own choices about her health and well-being. In the face of the Trump Administration’s continued efforts to restrict women’s reproductive freedoms, I’m proud to stand with NARAL and the majority of Americans to defend women’s right to choose.”
Congressman Schneider is committed to tackling the challenges we face as a nation, including protecting Medicare and Social Security and improving rather than repealing the Affordable Care Act. Prior to being elected to Congress, he spent more than 20 years in business and management consulting, helping large and family-owned businesses alike address the challenges of today’s economy and plan for the future.
NARAL Pro-Choice America and its network of state affiliates are dedicated to protecting and expanding reproductive freedom for all Americans. NARAL works to guarantee that every woman has the right to make personal decisions regarding the full range of reproductive choices, including preventing unintended pregnancy, bearing healthy children, and choosing legal abortion. In recognition of its work defending our constitutional right to choose, Fortune Magazine described NARAL as “one of the top 10 advocacy groups in America.”