This is it! Today is Election Day.
We have all the tools you need to vote for pro-choice candidates at the polls.
If you’re not sure where to vote, text VOTE to 49609 for your polling location. While you’re waiting in that long line, text GUIDE to 49609 to see which federal candidates support women. Our online voter guide is also mobile friendly. Visit http://bit.ly/SKTbyQ.
Good luck at the ballot box!
We know, we know - a cheesy Cher song pun, but it’s very true nonetheless. Let’s not “Turn Back Time” for women’s reproductive rights.
Support our pro-choice President Obama.
Did anybody else watch last night’s episode of Boardwalk Empire where they showed one of the characters admitting to a self-induced illegal abortion and then struggling to get birth control?
Were we the only ones who thought “Hmm…if Mitt Romney becomes president, could this become women’s reality again?”
Samantha from Canton gave Mitt the Mitten. Here’s why:
If he’s in charge of nominating Supreme Court justices, you can kiss Roe v. Wade goodbye.
Elections are THIS Tuesday! We are proud to stand firm with President Obama, because he stands firm for women. Will you help us spread the word to all those voters who are still making up their minds?
Sign our petition to say loud and proud “President Obama, I stand with you.”
**Take the pledge—-> http://bit.ly/Rzehip <—-Take the pledge**
Sometimes, we just need a little old-fashioned girl power.
Watch singer Lesley Gore and the countless women in this video tell anti-choice lawmakers that “You Don’t Own Me!”
Here we go again.
U.S. congressional candidate John Koster of Washington added his name to the embarrassingly long list of candidates who have made ignorant, anti-choice comments about rape survivors and their access to abortion care.
In case you missed it:
Mitt Romney in the White House is the scariest thing we could think of.
Next week, let’s make sure this nightmare doesn’t come true.
Have a safe and happy Halloween!
Daylight savings is next week. Mitt Romney, should we turn back our clocks one hour, or one century?