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Statewide Legislative Scorecards
Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California tracks the votes of each legislator on legislation that impacts our public policy priorities and then and provides this annual scorecard on how they voted on legislation that influences Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California's mission supporting access to reproductive health care.
2015 Legislative Scorecard
- 2015 State Senate Legislative Scorecard>>
- 2015 State Assembly Legislative Scorecard>>
- Downloadable PDF of 2015 Scorecard
2014 Legislative Scorecard
- 2014 State Senate Legislative Scorecard>>
- 2014 State Assembly Legislative Scorecard>>
- Downloadable PDF of 2014 Scorecard
2013 Legislative Scorecard
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Scorecards from Prior Years
Each year, Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California (PPAC) tracks and advocates on dozens of legislative measures before the California Legislature that impact women's health care services and the lives of millions of Californians. Our elected officials make decisions about access to comprehensive reproductive health care, sexual health education and much more through the votes they cast on these bills.
The Purpose of Scorecards
The purpose of the scorecard is to help the public hold elected officials accountable for their votes and positions on the issues. Creating the annual scorecard is a collaborative effort between PPAC and local Planned Parenthood affiliates.
How Legislators are Scored
PPAC monitors all bills that would affect reproductive health care in California and selects bills which it rates with a score. Legislators' scores are based on their floor votes on these key pieces of legislation. Before a vote is taken on each bill, PPAC sends letters to the legislators notifying them that their vote may be scored. Final scoring is on a percentage basis.