Representation matters — at all levels of government. 

Pro-choice women must be represented not just in Washington and at the State Capitol, but in municipal offices across the state. School Boards determine reproductive health education, and City Councils and County Commissions determine zoning and funding for clinics. 

There are critical municipal elections in Minnesota this year and on Tuesday, November 5th, 34 pro-choice women candidates we’ve endorsed will be on the ballot! Download the Women Winning 2019 General Election Voter Guide to learn about the incredible pro-choice women running for County Commissioner, Mayor, City Council, and School Board in your community! 

Whether or not there’s an election in your community, make sure you are registered to vote!
CLICK HERE to check your registration or to register. 

Not all areas of Minnesota have elections in 2019 —
CLICK HERE to see what elections are coming up. You can vote early between now and November 4th, or in person on Election Day, November 5th. CLICK HERE for all the details and to find your polling location. 

Review our 2019 General Election Voter Guide to see which Women Winning-endorsed candidates will be on your ballot. For pro-choice women to WIN, it’s up to us to VOTE for them! 

Call, text, and email your family, friends, and neighbors who live in areas with elections to make sure they vote on November 5th! Tell them why you’re supporting Women Winning-endorsed candidates and share this link so your people can find their polling location:

Record numbers of pro-choice women ran — and won — in 2018. Let’s keep up the momentum in 2019 and beyond by voting for pro-choice women! Thank you for being a voter.

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