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Why a Scorecard & Why Now?

In this time of federal crisis, fundamental reproductive rights are at risk and the states play a key role in safeguarding those rights. The ongoing federal threat to reproductive freedom makes the critical work of the Massachusetts Legislature more important each day. Massachusetts voters need and deserve a transparent legislative scorecard to inform their understanding of how their elected officials stand on reproductive freedom.

This past legislative session, we made great strides in protecting reproductive freedom with passage of five key bills:

  • Repeal of anti-choice Archaic Laws, including a pre-Roe criminal abortion ban;
  • Passage of the Contraceptive ACCESS Act, safeguarding access to birth control
  • Passage of Act to Protect Access to Confidential Healthcare (the PATCH Act), which remedies a loophole in confidentiality in Massachusetts law that could have resulted in sensitive information, including about reproductive healthcare, being inadvertently provided to a healthcare subscriber;  
  • Passage of Paid Family Medical Leave Act, which creates a paid family and medical leave insurance program for Massachusetts residents; and
  • Passage of the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, which ensures that pregnant workers are treated fairly on the job, are protected against workplace discrimination, and are given reasonable workplace accommodations.

This session, we laid incredible groundwork to protect and expand reproductive freedom in Massachusetts. But we know that it will take an even stronger majority, and much bolder legislation, to ensure access to the full spectrum of reproductive healthcare, including abortion care, is afforded to every Bay Stater regardless of what happens in Washington, D.C.

Find Your Legislators

The full list of legislators is below. You can find the names of your representatives in the State House and Senate, at wheredoivotema.com.

If you have questions about the scorecard, please feel free to reach out to us at choice@prochoicemass.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

A+

House

Rep. Christine Barber
Rep. Paul Brodeur
Rep. Mike Connolly
Rep. Marjorie Decker
Rep. Daniel Donahue
Rep. Michelle DuBois
Rep. Dylan Fernandes
Rep. Kenneth Gordon
Rep. Patricia Haddad
Rep. Jonathan Hecht
Rep. Natalie Higgins
Rep. Kate Hogan
Rep. Kevin Honan
Rep. Jay Kaufman
Rep. Mary Keefe
Rep. Kay Khan
Rep. Jack Lewis
Rep. David Linsky
Rep. Jay Livingstone
Rep. Elizabeth Malia
Rep. Juana Matias
Rep. Alice Peisch
Rep. Denise Provost
Rep. David Rogers
Rep. Byron Rushing
Rep. Thomas Stanley

Senate

Sen. Michael Barrett
Sen. Joseph Boncore
Sen. William Brownsberger
Senate President Emerita Harriette Chandler
Sen. Cynthia Creem
Sen. Brendan Crighton
Sen. James Eldridge
Sen. Patricia Jehlen
Sen. Jason Lewis
Senate President Karen Spilka

 

 

 

 

 

 

A

House

Rep. Ruth Balser
Rep. Jennifer Benson
Rep. Daniel Cahill
Rep. Gerard Cassidy
Rep. Edward Coppinger
Rep. Claire Cronin
Rep. Daniel Cullinane
Rep. Michael Day
Speaker Robert DeLeo
Rep. William Driscoll
Rep. Carolyn Dykema
Rep. Lori Ehrlich
Rep. Tricia Farley-Bouvier
Rep. Ann-Margaret Ferrante
Rep. Sean Garballey
Rep. Denise Garlick
Rep. Carmine Gentile
Rep. Solomon Goldstein-Rose
Rep. Carlos Gonzalez
Rep. Danielle Gregoire
Rep. Stephan Hay
Rep. Stephen Kulik
Rep. Louis Kafka
Rep. John Lawn
Rep. Adrian Madaro
Rep. John Mahoney
Rep. Joan Meschino
Rep. James O’Day
Rep. Sarah Peake
Rep. Smitty Pignatelli
Rep. Daniel Ryan
Rep. Jeffrey Sánchez
Rep. John Scibak
Rep. Frank Smizik
Rep. Paul Tucker
Rep. Jose Tosado
Rep. Steven Ultrino
Rep. Aaron Vega
Rep. Bud Williams

Senate

Sen. Michael Brady
Sen. Sonia Chang-Diaz
Sen. Julian Cyr
Sen. Sal DiDomenico
Sen. Anne Gobi
Sen. Eric Lesser
Sen. Barbara L’Italien
Sen. Joan Lovely
Sen. Mark Montigny
Sen. James Welch

 

 

 

 

 

 

A-

House

Rep. Brian Ashe
Rep. Cory Atkins
Rep. Antonio Cabral
Rep. Evandro Carvalho
Rep. Tackey Chan
Rep. Josh Cutler
Rep. Diana DiZoglio
Rep. Carole Fiola
Rep. William Galvin
Rep. Daniel Hunt
Rep. Paul Mark
Rep. Paul McMurtry
Rep. Aaron Michlewitz
Rep. Harold Naughton
Rep. Angelo Puppolo
Rep. Jeffrey Roy
Rep. Paul Schmid
Rep. Theodore Speliotis

Senate

Sen. Nick Collins
Sen. Adam Hinds
Sen. John Keenan
Sen. Michael Moore

 

 

B+

House

Rep. Bruce Ayers
Rep. Michael Finn
Rep. Robert Koczera
Rep. Ronald Mariano
Rep. Joseph McGonagle
Rep. Frank Moran
Rep. Michael Moran
Rep. James Murphy
Rep. RoseLee Vincent
Rep. Thomas Walsh
Rep. Jonathan Zlotnik

Senate

Sen. Marc Pacheco
Sen. Walter Timilty

 

 

 

B

House

Rep. James Arciero
Rep. Paul Donato
Rep. Thomas Golden
Rep. Christopher Markey
Rep. Rady Mom
Rep. David Nangle
Rep. Jerald Parisella
Rep. John Rogers
Rep. Chynah Tyler
Rep. John Velis
Rep. Susannah Whipps

Senate

Sen. Kathleen O’Connor Ives
Sen. Michael Rodrigues

 

 

B-

House

Rep. Linda Campbell
Rep. Mark Cusack
Rep. Bradford Hill
Rep. Russell Holmes
Rep. Brian Murray
Rep. William Straus
Rep. Joseph Wagner

Senate

Sen. Michael Rush

 

C

House

Rep. Bradley Jones
Rep. Hannah Kane
Rep. Leonard Mirra

Senate

Sen. Richard Ross

 

 

 

 

D

House

Rep. F. Jay Barrows
Rep. Angelo D’Emilia
Rep. James Dwyer
Rep. Kimberly Ferguson
Rep. Susan Gifford
Rep. Steven Howitt
Rep. James Kelcourse
Rep. David Muradian
Rep. Shaunna O’Connell
Rep. Thomas Petrolati
Rep. Angelo Scaccia
Rep. Alan Silvia
Rep. David Vieira
Rep. Timothy Whelan
Rep. Donald Wong

Senate

Sen. Patrick O’Connor

 

 

 

 

F

House

Rep. Donald Berthiaume
Rep. Nicholas Boldyga
Rep. Kate Campanale
Rep. William Crocker
Rep. David DeCoste
Rep. Geoff Diehl
Rep. Shawn Dooley
Rep. Peter Durant
Rep. Paul Frost
Rep. Colleen Garry
Rep. Sheila Harrington
Rep. Randy Hunt
Rep. Kevin Kuros
Rep. Marc Lombardo
Rep. James Lyons
Rep. Joseph McKenna
Rep. Mathew Muratore
Rep. Keiko Orrall
Rep. Elizabeth Poirier
Rep. Todd Smola

Senate

Sen. Viriato deMacedo
Sen. Ryan Fattman
Sen. Donald Humason
Sen. Bruce Tarr

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House

Rep. John Barrett
Rep. James Hawkins
Rep. Andy Vargas

Senate

Sen. Paul Feeney
Sen. Cindy Friedman
Sen. Dean Tran

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