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Wendy Davis - Texas
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Wendy Davis

Texas
(D) Governor

Texas Senator Wendy Davis has dedicated her entire career to giving a voice to those who need one, and has fearlessly worked for the best interests of Texas women and families.

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Greg Abott - Governor
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Greg Abbott

Texas
(R) Governor
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has made a name for himself by expressing his support for numerous policies that restrict a woman’s right to make her own personal medical decisions and threaten women’s health.

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Kay Hagan - North Carolina
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Kay Hagan

North Carolina
(D) U.S. Senate
Since taking office in 2009, Senator Kay Hagan has worked every day to improve the lives of her fellow North Carolinians and protect their rights and freedoms.
Wendy Davis - Texas
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Wendy Davis

Texas
(D) Governor
Texas Senator Wendy Davis has dedicated her entire career to giving a voice to those who need one, and has fearlessly worked for the best interests of Texas women and families.
Michelle Nunn - Georgia
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Michelle Nunn

Georgia
(D) U.S. Senate
In the battleground state of Georgia, U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn stands out for standing with Georgia women on access to birth control and safe, legal abortion.

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Cory Gardner
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Cory Gardner

Colorado
(R) U.S. Senate
Colorado Rep. Cory Gardner has spent his political career voting against women’s health. Now he wants to drag his dangerous agenda to the U.S. Senate. But we won’t let him.
Greg Abott - Governor
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Greg Abbott

Texas
(R) Governor
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has made a name for himself by expressing his support for numerous policies that restrict a woman’s right to make her own personal medical decisions and threaten women’s health.
David Perdue - Georgia
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David Perdue

Georgia
(R) U.S. Senate
Georgia Senate nominee David Perdue is out of touch with issues that women care about — like access to safe, legal abortion — and he wants to take his backward views on women’s health straight to the U.S. Senate.

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