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 61st State House District candidates stand on health care and reproductive rights before you turn in your ballot for the November 3rd General Election.
Christine Morse, Democrat
Endorsed by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan
As a breast cancer survivor and mom, Christine Morse knows that access to affordable health care is critical. She will fight to ensure we can all access the care we need to live healthy, full lives and take care of our families.
“Many families are only one bad accident or medical diagnosis away from extreme financial distress due to our broken healthcare system. As a cancer survivor, I know how important it is to protect coverage for preexisting conditions and ensure affordable healthcare coverage when families need it most.”
You can trust Christine Morse 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.
Bronwyn Haltom, Republican
Bronwyn Haltom stands with Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell, not everyday Michiganders. Haltom worked with the Kentucky Republican Party to re-elect U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in 2014.
Two years later, she served on Donald Trump’s transition team. Now she’s running for state representative with the backing of an extreme anti-abortion organization, Right to Life of Michigan.
Bronwyn Haltom is campaigning to join Trump and McConnell’s attacks on our health care. If elected, she would continue in their footsteps, cutting off access to health care and passing extreme abortion bans.
Ready to cast your vote for reproductive health champions? View our full endorsement guide and then make a plan to vote.