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Did you know Black women are the largest voting bloc in the U.S. electorate?

We have a chance to determine what happens in our communities for years to come. We are bold, fearless, powerful and dedicated to protecting your ability to be healthy, supported, and liberated. Together, we can mobilize broad bases across states to ensure that Reproductive Justice policy priorities are centered.

We have a lot of work to do that we can’t do without people like you. When you become a Reproductive Justice Voter, you’re joining a movement that is committed to uplifting the voices of Black women and working alongside some of the most powerful organizations in the fight for our rights. Join us and as we make our Voices Heard — for today and future generations.

What Does It Mean to be a Reproductive Justice Voter?

Whether you’ve just become eligible to vote, you vote in every election, or are someone passionate about shaping your community; building a nation that centers all the issues that impact reproductive decision making and ensuring a more representative democracy starts with you. A Reproductive Justice voter is committed to being informed, advocating for their rights, and holding their elected officials accountable. Your voice and vision matter. Now we need you to join us.

How Can I Become A Reproductive Justice Voter?

  • Find out your voting rights by clicking your state below
  • Register to vote or check your registration status
  • Vote
  • Share your voting plan with family and friends. Support each other and vote together, no matter which way you are voting
  • Use our resources to advocate in your state
  • Meet with your members of Congress or their staff
  • Attend a public forum or town hall and ask a question. Call the district offices of your legislators to request a list of events near you
  • Submit an op-ed to your local paper
  • Use Facebook or Twitter to engage your elected officials

Take a journey with us by clicking on the shaded states to learn more about how our national and state partners are impacting the health, rights, and lives of Black women, girls, and gender-expansive individuals from coast to coast.

State-by-State Voter Information

Click each state name for more information

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