Executive

In 2020, we can replace anti-choice Vice President Mike Pence.

Mike Pence (R)
US-VP

  • Has led the Trump Administration's anti-choice efforts
  • Trump-Pence Administration cut essential Title X funding to Planned Parenthood
  • Trump-Pence Administration weakened access to health care and abortion coverage during a global pandemic
  • Trump-Pence Administration has rolled back health care and anti-discriminatory protections for LGBTQ+ people

Senate

Voters can make a change in 2020, and these 7 anti-choice incumbents are some of the most vulnerable in the Senate.

Cory Gardner (R)
CO-SEN

  • Voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to repeal Obamacare without a replacement plan
  • Voted against strengthening equal pay protections and ensuring women are fairly compensated for their work

David Perdue (R)
GA-SEN

  • Voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to repeal Obamacare without a replacement plan
  • Voted against strengthening equal pay protections and ensuring women are fairly compensated for their work

Joni Ernst (R)
IA-SEN

  • Voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to repeal Obamacare without a replacement plan
  • Voted against strengthening equal pay protections and ensuring women are fairly compensated for their work

Mitch McConnell (R)
KY-SEN

  • Voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to repeal Obamacare without a replacement plan
  • Voted against the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act and other equal pay proposals
  • Voted against the Violence Against Women Act

Susan Collins (R)
ME-SEN

  • Voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted against strengthening equal pay protections and ensuring women are fairly compensated for their work
  • Cast a deciding vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh as a Supreme Court Justice

Thom Tillis (R)
NC-SEN

  • Voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to repeal Obamacare without a replacement plan
  • Voted against strengthening equal pay protections and ensuring women are fairly compensated for their work

John Cornyn (R)
TX-SEN

  • Voted to repeal Obamacare without a replacement plan
  • Voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted against the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act and other equal pay proposals

House

Women can expand the Democratic House majority in 2020—and it starts with unseating these 55 vulnerable incumbents.

Don Young (R)
AK-AL

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Supported overturning Roe v. Wade

French Hill (R)
AR-02

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their health insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Dave Schweikert (R)
AZ-06

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted in defense of the Global Gag Rule

Doug LaMalfa (R)
CA-01

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Tom McClintock (R)
CA-04

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Devin Nunes (R)
CA-22

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Mike Garcia (R)
CA-25

  • Wants to repeal the Affordable Care Act and kick 23 million people off their health insurance
  • Repeatedly cosponsored anti-choice legislation including the Life at Conception Act
  • Endorsed by the National Right To Life Committee

Scott Tipton (R)
CO-03

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Michael Waltz (R)
FL-06

  • Co-sponsored a bill to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Attacked abortion during March for Life speech
  • Dedicated first floor speech to condemning Roe v. Wade

Ross Spano (R)
FL-15

  • Co-sponsored a bill to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to ban abortion in Florida
  • Supported Trump’s global gag rule to block funding for groups that provide abortion

Vern Buchanan (R)
FL-16

  • Voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to repeal the ACA
  • Voted against the Paycheck Fairness Act

Brian Mast (R)
FL-18

  • Received a perfect score from the National Right to Life Committee
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Supported overturning Roe v. Wade

Mario Diaz-Balart (R)
FL-25

  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Received a perfect score from the National Right to Life Committee
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Steve King (R)
IA-04

  • Co-sponsored bill to legalize definition of life as beginning at conception
  • Original sponsor of a bill to ban abortion after a heartbeat is detectable
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Dan Lipinski (D)
IL-03

  • Voted against the Affordable Care Act
  • Voted repeatedly to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted in defense of the Global Gag Rule

Rodney Davis (R)
IL-13

  • Endorsed by Susan B. Anthony List
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Susan Brooks (R)
IN-05

  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women
  • Received a perfect score from the National Right to Life Committee

Steve Watkins (R)
KS-02

  • Co-sponsored a bill to remove Title X funding from groups that provide abortion
  • Endorsed by National Right to Life Committee
  • Co-sponsored a bill to defund Planned Parenthood

Andy Barr (R)
KY-06

  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Received a perfect score from the National Right to Life Committee
  • Co-sponsored a bill to remove Title X funding from groups that provide abortion

Justin Amash (I)
MI-03

  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance

Fred Upton (R)
MI-06

  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Received a perfect score from the National Right to Life Committee

Tim Walberg (R)
MI-07

  • Co-sponsored a bill to ban abortion after a heartbeat is detectable
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Endorsed by Susan B. Anthony List

Jim Hagedorn (R)
MN-01

  • Co-sponsored a bill to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Co-sponsored a bill to remove Title X funding from groups that provide abortion
  • Endorsed by the largest anti-choice organization in Minnesota

Pete Stauber (R)
MN-08

  • Voted in defense of the Global Gag Rule
  • Endorsed By National Right To Life
  • Said he supports life “from conception to natural death” and vowed to be a “constant voice" for anti-choice policies

Ann Wagner (R)
MO-02

  • Sponsored a bill that would have penalized physicians in certain cases related to abortion later in pregnancy
  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood

Greg Gianforte (R)
MT-AL

  • Pled guilty to assault after body-slamming a reporter
  • Donated millions to anti-choice organizations and causes
  • Said he would support defunding Planned Parenthood

George Holding (R)
NC-02

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Richard Hudson (R)
NC-08

  • Voted For The House Republican Health Care Plan To Kick 23 Million People Off Their Insurance
  • Voted To Defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Ted Budd (R)
NC-13

  • Co-sponsored a bill to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Voted in defense of the Global Gag Rule

Don Bacon (R)
NE-02

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Voted in defense of the Global Gag Rule
  • Co-sponsored the Life At Conception Act

Jeff Van Drew (R)
NJ-02

  • Pledged His “Undying Support” For Trump After Switching To The Republican Party
  • Signed Onto A Petition To Move Anti-Choice Legislation Forward
  • Voted Against Marriage Equality As A State Senator

Lee Zeldin (R)
NY-01

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Peter King (R)
NY-02

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Elise Stefanik (R)
NY-21

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

John Katko (R)
NY-24

  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women
  • Supported overturning Roe v. Wade

Steve Chabot (R)
OH-01

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Mike Turner (R)
OH-10

  • Voted in defense of the Global Gag Rule
  • Voted repeatedly to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Dave Joyce (R)
OH-14

  • Voted to repeal Obamacare without a replacement plan
  • Voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Brian Fitzpatrick (R)
PA-01

  • Voted in defense of the Global Gag Rule
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted for a national abortion ban

Scott Perry (R)
PA-10

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Mike Kelly (R)
PA-16

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Joe Wilson (R)
SC-02

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Dan Crenshaw (R)
TX-02

  • Co-sponsored the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act
  • Voted in defense of the Global Gag Rule
  • Wanted to repeal the Affordable Care Act which would kick 23 million people off their health insurance

Chip Roy (R)
TX-21

  • Co-sponsored a bill to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Co-sponsored a bill that would have penalized physicians in certain cases related to abortion later in pregnancy
  • Opposed abortion in any form

Pete Olson (R)
TX-22

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Repeatedly co-sponsored bills limiting abortion rights

Will Hurd (R)
TX-23

  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women
  • Voted for a national abortion ban

Kenny Marchant (R)
TX-24

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

John Carter (R)
TX-31

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Repeatedly voted to undermine access to abortion

Denver Riggleman (R)
VA-05

  • Voted to undermine access to abortion
  • Suggested that “educating females” was a way to prevent sexual assault on school campuses
  • Opposed abortion and promised to support a 20-week abortion ban

Jaime Herrera Beutler (R)
WA-03

  • Voted to repeal Obamacare without a replacement plan
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R)
WA-05

  • Voted for the House Republican health care plan to kick 23 million people off their insurance
  • Repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood
  • Voted to undermine equal pay protections for women

Governors

Governors are crucial decision-makers on important issues facing women and families, like reproductive freedom, equal pay, and paid leave.

Mike Parson (R)
MO-GOV

  • Signed a bill that would ban abortion after 8 weeks and criminalize abortion providers
  • Vowed to “make Missouri the most Pro-Life state in the country”
  • Has sidelined Medicaid expansion and denied over 200,000 Missourians access to affordable health care

Phil Scott (R)
VT-GOV

  • Repeatedly vetoed paid family and medical leave protections
  • Repeatedly vetoed legislation that would raise the minimum wage for Vermont's working families
  • Opposed increasing Medicaid funding for Vermont's working families

State Legislatures

Anti-choice state legislatures have been on the forefront of turning back the clock on women's rights and shortchanging working families. These chambers represent some of the worst, and we're ready to hold them accountable in 2020.

Arizona House and Senate (R)
AZ House and Senate

  • Arizona Republicans introduced legislation that would award millions in funding to an anti-choice group
  • Arizona House and Senate Republicans introduced legislation that would prohibit 211 to connect callers with any agency that provides abortion services
  • Arizona Republicans passed legislation that would require medical providers to ask women seeking an abortion if they were raped

Florida Senate (R)
FL Senate

  • Florida Senate Republicans passed parental notification legislation
  • Florida Senate Republicans introduced legislation that would effectively ban abortion at six weeks and included personhood language
  • Florida Senate Republicans introduced twenty-week abortion ban legislation

Iowa House (R)
IA House

  • Iowa House Republicans introduced legislation that would create arbitrary and costly licensing requirements for abortion service facilities
  • Iowa House Republicans introduced legislation placing onerous regulations on physicians requiring them to provide inaccurate information to patients
  • Iowa House Republicans introduced legislation to force women to choose cremation or burial after an abortion

Michigan House (R)
MI House

  • Michigan House Republicans introduced a bill that would prohibit the state from contracting services with any agency that provided abortion services
  • Michigan House Republicans introduced a bill that would require testing for a heartbeat before an abortion procedure
  • Michigan House Republicans introduced legislation that would require abortion providers to comply with burdensome reporting requirements

Minnesota Senate (R)
MN Senate

  • Minnesota Senate Republicans proposed a twenty-week abortion ban
  • Minnesota Senate Republicans introduced legislation that would effectively criminalize abortion after six weeks

North Carolina House and Senate (R)
NC House and Senate

  • North Carolina Senate Republicans passed a dangerous abortion ban
  • North Carolina Senate Republicans introduced a bill that prohibited abortion at 20 weeks post-fertilization
  • North Carolina House Republicans introduced a bill that would make it unlawful to perform dilation and evacuation procedures

Ohio House (R)
OH House

  • Ohio House Republicans introduced a bill to define abortion as a capitol offense of murder
  • Ohio House Republicans introduced a bill to prohibit insurers from offering coverage for abortion services
  • Ohio House Republicans introduced a bill to prohibit abortion if a heartbeat is detected, which is often before many women even know they are pregnant

Pennsylvania House and Senate (R)
PA House and Senate

  • Pennsylvania House Republicans introduced a bill that would require burial of fetal remains
  • Pennsylvania House Republicans introduced a bill that would prohibit abortion based on diagnosis of certain conditions
  • Pennsylvania Senate Republicans introduced a bill which would prohibit abortion after a heartbeat is detected, which is often before many women even know they are pregnant