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Here Are All The Ways You Can Help Stop Kavanaugh

We need you to keep up the pressure.

This is our LAST chance to make our voices heard. GET LOUD.

We can't allow Kavanaugh to be given the power to determine the health and constitutional rights of women for generations to come.

There's still time to reach these senators and demand that they stand for you the people they represent, rather than political partisanship.

Call, show up at the Capitol or in a state office, grab every friend, march, and get loud.

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Call Your Senators

Call 1-202-902-7129 now.

Your calls are working. Keep 'em coming! Tell your senators why listening to survivors and protecting women's rights is important to YOU.

Use our easy form.

Tweet @ Your Senators

We need to get LOUD. Tweet at your senator and tell them: 

"Listen to survivors of sexual violence. Reject Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination, and call for it to be withdrawn immediately. Shame on you if you let this nomination proceed. We're watching, and we won't forget what you do."

Click the button below to find the Twitter handles for your senators and send your tweet.

Tweet your senators: Listen to survivors of sexual violence and reject Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination

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Organize a Solidarity Circle for Survivors

Dr. Christine Blasey Ford bravely shared her story before the Senate Judiciary Committee. We're letting her know she's not alone.

Join us in organizing circles of solidarity to uplift survivors and demand our senators stop Kavanaugh's nomination.

Woman with a "I Believe Survivors" sign at rally for Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, U.S. Supreme Court

Submit a Story

Your story is powerful. Fill out our short form and make your voice heard.

Share your story! Tell your senators why they must stop Trump Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Write a Letter

We know from hearing from senators that the power of a handwritten letter can't be understated. Be sure to post a photo on social media with the hashtag #DearSenators. 

Quick Tips:

  1. Make your letter simple: Stick to a main point around your story. The more personal your story, the stronger the message.

  2. It’s best to keep your letter to one page.

  3. Don’t forget to put your letter in the mail! We recommend mailing to your senators’ local offices — they don’t get nearly as much mail there as their Washington, D.C. addresses, so your letter is more likely to be read.

  4. Don’t be afraid to send multiple letters to multiple offices for the same senator! For example, if you send Sen. Joe Manchin a letter to both his D.C. office and his Charleston office, that means his staff is twice as likely to read it.

Find your senators’ names and addresses.
Write a letter to your senators on why they must stop Trump Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Fast Facts

One in 6 women

in America has been the victim of an attempted or completed rape in her lifetime. Survivors deserve a Supreme Court justice who will fight for and protect their rights.

One in 4 girls
and 1 in 6 boys 

will be sexually abused before they turn 18 years old. 

of Americans,

including a majority of Democrats, Independents, and Republicans, don’t want to see Roe v. Wade overturned.

One in 4 women

in this country will have an abortion in her lifetime.

More than
62 million women

have benefitted from access to birth control because of the Affordable Care Act.

65 million

were considered to have a pre-existing condition, before the Affordable Care Act.

Brett Kavanaugh’s Record

Kavanaugh was nominated under the promise of overturning Roe v. Wade. He’s already ruled to limit women’s access to both abortion and birth control.

  • Just last year, he tried to prevent a young undocumented woman in U.S. custody from accessing a safe, legal abortion for over a month — pushing her into the second trimester. 

  • His confirmation would tip the Supreme Court’s balance away from our constitutional right to access safe, legal abortion.

  • He argued against birth control coverage provided by the Affordable Care Act, claiming that your boss should be able to deny your coverage.

  • He’s been praised by a number of anti-abortion groups.

  • If confirmed, he’d be the second most conservative judge on the bench next to Justice Clarence Thomas.

Stories People Are Sharing

Follow the @DearSenators account on Instagram and hashtag #DearSenators on Twitter.


#DearSenators: I was 15 yrs old. I got drunk with my friend & her bf. Her bf’s brother raped me. I was so scared to tell my parents, the authorities or anyone. If I would have known about Planned Parenthood then, that’s where I would have gone because they understand.


#DearSenators: “I need you to stop Kavanaugh and protect Roe and women’s basic human rights.”

Alyssa Milano

"... I don't think people realize or understand how important this is. This is a lifetime appointment. ... [Kavanaugh's] views are anti-woman, anti-health care, anti-LGBTQ, anti-environment, anti-working family. If he is appointed to the Supreme Court, it will literally affect your life in every way imaginable — and not only your life, but your children's lives and your grandchildren's lives." 


#DearSenators: When I was 20 years old, I chose to have an abortion. Roe v. Wade afforded me that freedom. 13 years later, I gave birth to my daughter, Matilda. During those 13 years I was able to earn a college education, gain financial independence, and start a career.


#DearSenators: "...I'm asking you to stand with young women around Maine and the United States. We need you to stand with us and oppose Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination. I need you to support my right to choose. I am only 17 and have a long way to go. I'd like to choose what happens to my body. Please support American women. It's simple. Stand with us."


#DearSenators: "My generation doesn't remember what it was like when abortion was illegal ... As a physician, I believe that it is important that every patient has the right and opportunity to exercise autonomy of her own body."