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Michigan’s 11th Congressional District

Our health and rights are on the line. It's critical that we elect leaders who will work to expand access to health care, not attack it. Learn more about where Michigan's 11th Congressional District candidates stand on health care and reproductive rights before you turn in your ballot for the November 3rd General Election.


Haley Stevens, Democratic Incumbent

Endorsed by Planned Parenthood Action Fund

Rep. Haley Stevens knows it’s becoming harder and harder for working people - whether black, brown or white - to afford health care and build a future for our families. That’s why she’s committed to fighting against every attempt by politicians and special interest groups to block access to health care.

“Healthcare is a right, not a privilege. Every single American deserves access to affordable, high-quality, and accessible healthcare.”

Haley Stevens is also a champion for reproductive health care and will stand with Planned Parenthood patients.

“I support a woman’s right to choose. Federal lawmakers must not be allowed to inject themselves into women’s reproductive matters. I will continue fighting for women’s reproductive freedom and will oppose attempts to defund Planned Parenthood and deny women insurance for birth control.”

Eric Esshaki, Republican Challenger

Eric Esshaki is an extreme politician who is completely out of touch with the lives of Michiganders. His dangerous agenda would cut off access to health care and roll back reproductive rights.

Eric Esshaki supports a “full repeal” of the Affordable Care Act, the landmark legislation protecting patients with pre-existing conditions and expanding access to health care to millions

Eric Esshaki has also called for a constitutional amendment to ban abortion and wants to defund Planned Parenthood health centers, cutting off access to birth control, cancer screenings and other essential reproductive health care.


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