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The right of a woman to make decisions about her own body is foundational to her autonomy and dignity. The overturning of Roe v. Wade was a significant setback in the fight for women’s rights, one that I, along with many others, deeply mourned. As someone who has never faced the unique challenges and decisions women confront in matters of reproductive health, I recognize that it is not my place, nor the place of any legislator, to impose draconian restrictions on a woman’s right to choose.

In Congress, I pledge to be a steadfast defender of women’s reproductive rights, understanding that this issue encompasses far more than the right to abortion. It’s about ensuring access to comprehensive reproductive healthcare, including contraception, which is fundamental to the health and well-being of women and families across our nation.

I promise to fight against any efforts to criminalize contraception—an alarming trend that threatens to further erode women’s rights and autonomy. Contraception is a basic healthcare necessity and a private matter, but let’s be honest: it’s mutually beneficial. What are we doing here? Criminalizing or restricting access to contraception not only undermines women’s health and freedoms, but also represents a regressive step away from informed, modern healthcare.

Furthermore, I commit to advocating for policies that support women’s comprehensive healthcare needs, including access to safe and legal abortion, affordable contraception, and reproductive health services. This includes opposing legislation that seeks to diminish these rights and working to introduce measures that protect and expand them. I am also in support of protecting a woman’s right to choose by way of a constitutional amendment, if necessary.

Look, anyone who tells you that their position on abortion was an easy one to take is either uninformed or lying. Whether you are pro-life or pro-choice, the very real and high stakes women facing these situations are confronting is hard to comprehend. I’m not pro-choice because I’m pro-abortion (I’m not). Like anyone who isn’t a psychopath, I don’t like abortions. I don’t know anyone who celebrates abortions or thinks they’re awesome. I’m pro-choice because I’m pro-woman. I trust that in those situations, women and their families and their medical teams will make the most informed, sound decisions.


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