Reproductive Freedom for All Georgia Responds to Outcome in Georgia Supreme Court Election - Reproductive Freedom for All

Formerly NARAL Pro-Choice America

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Reproductive Freedom for All Georgia Responds to Outcome in Georgia Supreme Court Election

Atlanta, GA — Today, anti-abortion extremist Andrew Pinson won reelection to the Georgia Supreme Court.

Mini Timmaraju, President and CEO of Reproductive Freedom for All, released the following statement in response:

“John Barrow ran a courageous campaign that recognized abortion as the fundamental freedom it is. While we had hoped for another outcome, we are grateful to have had the opportunity to fight by his side in this race. State courts play a critical role in safeguarding reproductive freedom, and we remain as committed as ever to mobilizing our members to elect fair-minded judges who value our rights.”

Alicia Stallworth, Southeast Campaigns Director at Reproductive Freedom for All,  released the following statement in response:

“While we are deeply disappointed by this outcome, Reproductive Freedom for All Georgia is proud to have supported John Barrow in this race. The Georgia Supreme Court’s decision allowing an abortion ban to go into effect showed us how dangerous it is to have anti-abortion judges on our courts who refuse to hand down fair and impartial decisions. That’s exactly why our members mobilized so tirelessly in this election. We remain undeterred, and we will never stop working to ensure everybody in our state can access the care they need.”


For over 50 years, Reproductive Freedom for All (formerly NARAL Pro-Choice America) has fought to protect and advance reproductive freedom at the federal and state levels—including access to abortion care, birth control, pregnancy and post-partum care, and paid family leave—for everybody. Reproductive Freedom for All is powered by its more than 4 million members from every state and congressional district in the country, representing the 8 in 10 Americans who support legal abortion.