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St. Louis Board of Aldermen

Robert Dillard, 4th Ward

“I’m very proud to have the endorsement and support of the NARAL PAC for Alderman of St. Louis City’s 4th ward. I look forward to working closely with NARAL to ensure and maintain the security of women’s rights.”

 

Christine Ingrassia, 6th Ward

“I am grateful for the partnership I have with NARAL Missouri and proud to have their endorsement. Over the past few years, we’ve accomplished a lot together and weathered some tough losses. I look forward to continuing work alongside NARAL’s staff and members to protect and expand reproductive health rights, as well as other important issues to ensure the best interests of St. Louis’ women and families are at the forefront of our policy making at the Board of Aldermen.”

 

Annie Rice, 8th Ward

“In a state where access to quality healthcare is under constant threat, NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri is pushing back to protect and ensure access to the full range of reproductive healthcare for people in St. Louis. NARAL believes victims, believes women, and is actively working for safe birthing practices for inmates and for family leave. I’m proud to partner with NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri to advocate for families.”

Pat Hickey, 10th Ward

“I am humbled to have the endorsement of NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri. As alderman, I will work to protect women’s access to reproductive health care options and ensure housing options and job security are not threatened due to personal medical decisions. More than ever, human rights issues are at the forefront of the political debate on the local level and I will not forget my responsibility to advance the cause of justice wherever I can.”

 

 

Tony Pecinovsky, 14th Ward

“I’m proudly pro-choice. Period. I trust women. Period. What a woman chooses to do with her body, is her choice. Period. I will fight in City Hall and in the community to protect and expand women’s rights. This isn’t something I’m willing to compromise on. I’m proud and honored to have NARAL’s endorsement.”

 

Jeffery “Dhoruba” Hill

“I’m very grateful for the NARAL endorsement, and I look forward to working to protect women’s rights in the 18th Ward and in the City of St. Louis.”

Cara Spencer, 20th Ward

“I’m proud to stand with NARAL in advocating for reproductive health and family planning services. NARAL has been a great partner to the Board of Aldermen, not only advocating for strong policies protecting women and families, but leading the discussion on proactive action ensuring access to reproductive healthcare for our city’s residents.”

Tonya Finley-McCaw, 22nd Ward

“The 22nd Ward deserve someone who will be a champion for workers’ rights, smart community development, a fighter for women’s reproductive rights, and a bridge builder between the police and the community. That champion is me!”

 

Danny Sample, 24th Ward

“As the 24th Ward Democratic Committeeman and a fierce activist for women’s pro-choice rights, I am thankful to receive NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri’s endorsement for 24th Ward Alderman and will always join their fight to support and protect, as a fundamental right and value, a woman’s freedom to make personal decisions regarding the full range of reproductive choices through education, training, organizing, legal action, and public policy in the City of Saint Louis and beyond.”

 

Lorie Cavin, 24th Ward

“I support every woman’s choice to make decisions concerning her own body, safely and privately. As alderwoman, I will support women and their healthcare choices by voting for bills that protect her access and privacy while obtaining the care she needs.”

 

Jake Banton, 26th Ward

“In a state where women’s constitutional rights are constantly under attack, it is important for St. Louis to be a beacon of support. I am thrilled to have NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri’s endorsement and will work hard to ensure that St. Louis continues to be a place where women are free to make their own decisions about their health and well-being.”

Pro-Choice Missouri

We fight for a future that includes access to all reproductive health care no matter your zip code or employer. Missouri must lead the charge. Are you with us?