We need more pro-choice lawmakers to fight back against the anti-choice War on Women. That's why NARAL Pro-Choice America PAC endorses pro-choice champions and challengers in federal races across the country.
Our new ad calls out Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker for his decision to not only push an extreme anti-choice agenda, but to make it a priority above the economic interests of the state. Learn more and watch the ad >>
Television Ads Hit Thom Tillis and Joni Ernst
Our new ads expose the SBA List and link North Carolina Senate candidate Thom Tillis and Iowa Senate candidate Joni Ernst with Todd "legitimate rape" Akin and Richard "God intended pregnancy through rape" Murdoch.
Our mail and advertising program targets three anti-choice governors. They were elected to fix the economy and create opportunity, but instead they've only had abortion restrictions on their minds. See who we're calling out >>
7 in 10 Americans are pro-choice, but anti-choice politicians have overrun congress, governors' seats and state legislatures. Help us elect lawmakers who represent the pro-choice majority's values >>
Our PAC has endorsed pro-choice champions in Senate, House, and gubernatorial races across the country. See who it has endorsed >>
News & Updates
NARAL Pro-Choice America is teaming up with MoveOn.org Political Action Fund to call out The Denver Post's misguided decision to endorse Cory Gardner for Senate.
These four anti-choice politicians have been lying about where they really stand on women's equality and reproductive freedom to try to win votes. They know that if they tell voters the truth about their extreme beliefs, they'll never get elected.
Voters in Colorado, North Dakota, and Tennessee are voting anti-choice measures. Find out what's at stake.
Our president, Ilyse Hogue, writes in "The Nation" on the attacks we could see on reproductive rights if Republicans gain a majority in the Senate.
On October 10, 2014, The Denver Post shocked its readers by endorsing extremist Cory Gardner for U.S. Senate over Mark Udall. Our members in Colorado were furious. See what they told The Denver Post.