The VA primary election is Tuesday, June 9th — don’t forget to vote pro-choice!

We don’t have to tell you how important Virginia elections are.  As you read this, only 49 of Virginia’s 140 state legislators are 100% pro-choice — only 49! It may seem unbelievable, but that means that our pro-choice legislators are outnumbered by anti-choice politicians in Richmond by a ratio of almost three-to-one. This has to change…and it has…

BREAKING: Help repeal VA mandatory ultrasound law NOW!

Last night, pro-choice Virginians won a huge victory when Lynwood Lewis was officially declared the next state Senator from District 6. With this narrow win, Democrats are poised to possibly take control over the Virginia senate with a 20-20 split and pro-choice champion Ralph Northam as the tie-breaking vote! Unfortunately, extreme anti-choice politicians will stop…

General Assembly Update #2: February 9th

This year’s General Assembly is moving pretty fast as we find ourselves approaching the day when successful House and Senate bills crossover into the other body. We’ve had some tough losses and a few bright spots. Let’s review what’s transpired in the last couple of weeks. HB1 – “Personhood”  Del. Bob Marshall’s bill still sits…

Thank you Senator Houck

By staff Sadly, we just learned that pro-choice Senator Edd Houck, who has served in the Virginia state Senate for nearly three decades, has conceded the race for state Senate District 17. During his time in the state General Assembly and as chair of the Senate Committee on Education and Health, Senator Houck has been…

What does yesterday’s election mean for choice?

By staff Yesterday was one of the biggest elections for choice in Virginia in the past few years. From 6:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. voters across the state went to the polls to vote on all 140 General Assembly seats. At stake this year was the state Senate, which is currently mixed-choice. This means that…