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In November 2010 Ohio elected an anti-choice governor as well as an anti-choice attorney general, secretary of state, auditor and treasurer, reversing the pro-choice victories in 2006. An anti-choice speaker of the house was also selected. Unfortunately, Ohio Senate continues to be controlled by a 2/3rds anti-choice majority and the Ohio House has a 60 percent anti-choice majority.
To find out if your Ohio legislators are pro-choice, check out our Ohio House and Senate Scorecards. These scorecards report how each member of the Ohio House and Senate voted on reproductive rights bills during the 2005-2006 legislative session. There were no scored votes during the 2007-2008 or the 2009-2010 session, and therefore we did not produce a scorecard for those legislative sessions. If you have questions about your Ohio legislator's stance on choice please feel free to contact us at 614-221-2594, 1-800-GO-NARAL or info@ProChoiceOhio.org.
Click here for the 2006 Ohio House of Representatives Scorecard.
Click here for the 2006 Ohio Senate Scorecard.
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