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    10 Men For Choice You Can Vote For This November

    Don't you just love to see men who understand that reproductive freedom is at the heart of gender equality? These are just a few of the pro-choice men running for office who fight every day to protect women's rights. Fighting for them is easy -- just head to the ballot box!

    1. Mark Begich (Running for re-election to the U.S. Senate in Alaska)

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    Sen. Mark Begich won’t compromise on his pro-choice values and said, “there is no middle ground" when it comes to women’s reproductive freedom and equality.

    2. Mark Udall (Running for re-election to the U.S. Senate in Colorado)

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    Sen. Mark Udall is fierce when it comes to fighting for reproductive freedom in Washington. He’s said: “It astounds me that some still think the legality of birth control and access to reproductive health services should be subject to debate."

    3. Gary Peters (Running for U.S. Senate in Michigan)

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    Rep. Gary Peters gets it. He said that the Hobby Lobby decision “would turn back the clock on women who should be able to make their own health care decisions."

    4. Al Franken (Running for re-election to the U.S. Senate in Minnesota)

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    Who doesn’t love Sen. Al Franken? He immediately came out against the Hobby Lobby decision, saying that “Ninety-nine percent of women use birth control at some point in their lives, and more than half a million women in Minnesota have benefited from the requirement that insurance companies provide preventive health services free of charge—including contraception."

    5. Bruce Braley (Running for U.S. Senate in Iowa)

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    Rep. Bruce Braley has worked hard to protect women’s reproductive rights, and has said, “I am committed to continuing to advocate for reproductive rights in the Senate. Iowa women deserve nothing less than the right to make private and personal decisions without intrusion from politicians."

    6. Mike Michaud (Running for governor of Maine)

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    Rep. Mike Michaud promised to veto any bill that would make it harder for women to get the reproductive health care they need, saying, “Women don’t turn to politicians for advice about birth control, mammograms, cancer screenings or treatments. So, politicians should not be involved in a woman’s personal medical decisions about her pregnancy."

    7. Mark Schauer (Running for governor of Michigan)

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    Rep. Mark Schauer has said that, “Women have the right to make their own personal health decisions without interference from [politicians]” and, “As governor, I’ll always fight to protect women’s reproductive rights."

    8. John Foust (Running for Congress in Virginia’s 10th congressional district)

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    John Foust is an outspoken defender of women’s reproductive freedom, and has said, “The court should not be deciding women’s health issues – women should be making those decisions by themselves.” We couldn’t agree more!

    9. Ron Barber (Running for re-election in Arizona’s 2nd congressional district)

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    Rep. Ron Barber has a long track record of protecting reproductive freedom, and said , “we must protect the right of every woman to make her health care decisions with her doctor – and without interference by politicians in Washington."

    10. Andrew Romanoff (Running for Congress in Colorado’s 6th congressional district)

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    Last but certainly not least! State Rep. Andrew Romanoff has said that abortion is, “a matter of fundamental freedom,” and that, “no one should have to surrender her most personal decisions to a politician, an employer, or anyone else."

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