Alexandria, Va. – NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia is proud to endorse Democratic incumbent, Delegate Kaye Kory, in her re-election campaign to represent the 38th House District.
Delegate Kory received a 100% score on NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia PAC’s candidate questionnaire and supports protecting and expanding access to reproductive rights in the Commonwealth. During her decade in the House of Delegates, Kaye Kory has been a strong advocate for women and families in Virginia and serves as House Chair for the Women’s Health Caucus. Delegate Kory is a dedicated public servant with a record of standing strong on issues that impact Virginia families.
“It is an honor to once again endorse Delegate Kaye Kory for her re-election campaign. We know she will continue to be a champion for reproductive freedom in the House of Delegates and will fight to protect and expand access to the full gamut of reproductive healthcare and rights,” said Tarina Keene, executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia. “At a time in our history like no other—when we are witnessing an all-out assault on abortion access in state legislators around the country, we need reproductive rights champions like Kaye Kory standing up and fighting for women and families in the Virginia General Assembly.”
“I’m proud to have NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia’s endorsement,” said Delegate Kaye Kory. “I have been an advocate for women’s reproductive healthcare and rights in our Commonwealth for nearly a decade. I will continue to stand up for women and families across Virginia and protect access to reproductive healthcare in the face of anti-choice attacks.”
Del. Kory’s primary opponent, Andres Jimenez, also received a 100% score on NPCV PAC’s uncompromising candidate questionnaire. If elected, we are confident that he, too, would be a strong advocate for reproductive freedom in the General Assembly. We look forward to working with him in the future.
NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia and its PAC support candidates who are dedicated to family planning, preventing unintended pregnancy, and increasing access to reproductive healthcare for women and families. The organization’s powerful statewide network of 22,000 activists will mobilize pro-choice voters throughout Virginia to help elect pro-choice candidates in November.