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Michigan’s 39th State House District

Updated: Oct 5, 2020

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 39th State House District candidates stand on health care and reproductive rights before you turn in your ballot for the November 3rd General Election.


Julia Pulver, Democratic Challenger

Endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan

As a registered nurse, Julia Pulver dedicated her life to ensuring Michigan women and families can access the high-quality health care we deserve. She’s seen the devastating consequences of delaying care because patients simply couldn’t afford it.

That’s why she will fight against every attempt to block access to health care and fight to ensure everyone - no matter their income, zip code or race - can access high-quality health care. Julia Pulver’s voice, experience and dedication to service is critically needed in Michigan’s state legislature.

You can trust Julia Pulver to:

  • Protect and expand access to health care .

  • Stand with Planned Parenthood patients and health centers

  • Fight back against attacks on reproductive rights and access to safe, legal abortion

  • Support accurate, comprehensive sex education programs for young Michiganders

  • Support measures that increase access to domestic violence assistance, adequate wages, earned paid leave time, safe homes and more.


State Rep. Ryan Berman, Republican Incumbent

State Rep. Ryan Berman’s dangerous agenda puts politics over people, making it even harder for Michiganders to access the care we need to live healthy, full lives and take care of our families.

While in the state legislature, State Rep. Berman has voted to:

  • Ban a standard abortion procedure

  • Supported Medicaid work requirements that could have kicked thousands of Michiganders off their health coverage - amidst a pandemic.


Take Action:

Ready to cast your vote for reproductive health champions? View our full endorsement guide and then make a plan to vote.


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