Alabama Legislative Update
Get Involved Locally
Planned Parenthood Southeast invites you to join us in our mission to promote strong families, planned, wanted children and sexual health for all. Whether you want a place to volunteer your expertise or try something new, there's a way to TAKE ACTION and help us forge forward.
Sign Up for the Planned Parenthood Advocacy Network
You can become an activist quickly and easily just by signing up for our action network! Through this email network, you can send timely messages to local, state and federal decision-makers about public policy that impacts sexual and reproductive freedom. Sign up!
Register to Vote
As a registered voter, you are a decision-maker. But without taking this critical first step, you are losing the most powerful tool you have for creating change. To register to vote, visit the website of the Alabama Secretary of State to download a voter registration form. If you have questions or need a voter registration form mailed to you, please contact us.
Vote in Every Election
Most voters only vote in national elections, but many state and local offices have direct influence over policies and practices that impact access to reproductive health care and sex education in schools. In off-year or primary elections, only about 20% of registered voters actually vote, which gives enormous power to only a handful of voters.
Use Planned Parenthood as a resource to find out which offices are included in a particular election, who the candidates are and their position on choice. Visit the Planned Parenthood Action Fund website. Don't let a small majority of voters determine the fate of reproductive health care and sex education.
Know Your Elected Officials
Many of us don't know the name of our mayor or even the Alabama governor, but it's easy to find out who these people are -- especially with the Internet. As a voter, you will want to know them and they want to know you! Visit Project Vote Smart to find your federal and state officials. For other offices, such as city council, county supervisor or school board, visit the Alabama Secretary of State Web site and find your county elections office.
LaShon White-Menefee, Public Policy Manager 205-453-9122