Boston, MA

Today, NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts — the leading statewide advocate for privacy and a woman’s right to choose — announced its endorsement of Steve Grossman for State Treasurer.

“NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts is very proud to endorse Steve Grossman,” said Andrea Miller, the organization’s Executive Director.  “In his long career of political activism, Steve Grossman has been a steadfast pro-choice voice, and we applaud his clear commitment to protecting privacy and promoting reproductive health.”

“I am honored to have the backing of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts,” said Grossman, “As the Massachusetts and National Democratic Party Chair, I have demonstrated my support for reproductive rights, and I pledge to continue to be a strong advocate for women’s health, safety, and reproductive freedom.”

Miller added, “NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts is committed to doing all that we can to ensure that women in the Commonwealth are able to make personal, private decisions about pregnancy and parenting — and that includes protecting safe, legal abortion and improving access to birth control.  One of the best things voters can do this year is to support candidates who do the same, which is why we are encouraging voters in the Commonwealth to elect Steve Grossman.”

“Even in a pro-choice state like Massachusetts, opponents of a woman’s right to choose have proven time and again that they are willing to sacrifice the health and well-being of women and families to promote their extreme agenda. That’s why we need pro-choice leaders like Steve Grossman,” Miller concluded.

NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts is the driving force behind the election of many pro-choice state legislative candidates.  With 20,000 members across the Commonwealth, the organization provides direct assistance to candidates, mobilizes its pro-choice grassroots base in targeted districts, trains candidates and volunteers, and produces and distributes the only statewide pro-choice Voters’ Guide.  For more information, visit www.prochoicemass.org

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