A leading national pro-life group said Wednesday it will reach 7 million voters across battleground states before Election Day as part of a $52 million budgeted effort to reelect President Trump and other pro-life candidates.
Susan B. Anthony List and its partner super political action committee (PAC), Women Speak Out, said the effort will reach 7 million voters prior to Nov. 3 via mail, on the Internet, and in person. That’s an increase from the 4 million the organization previously estimated would be reached.
Susan B. Anthony List is the same pro-life organization that has hosted Vice President Pence at “Life Wins!” events, highlighting the administration’s pro-life record as well as the work of crisis pregnancy centers.
“The pro-life grassroots are more enthusiastic than ever before and eager to ensure President Trump and Vice President Pence have another four years to continue their pro-life agenda,” said Mallory Quigley, national spokeswoman for Women Speak Out PAC. “The Democratic Party’s support for abortion on-demand, paid for by taxpayers is extreme, wrong, and deeply unpopular -- even among rank and file Democrats. As we begin our final push to Election Day, our team is working hard to reach not only pro-life Republicans but Democrats and Independents across all demographics in key battleground states.
“Abortion extremism has been, and will continue to be, a loser at the ballot box.”
Susan B. Anthony this year launched a website, LifeOnTheBallot.com, contrasting the records and positions of Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. The website calls Trump the “most pro-life president ever” and highlights differences between Trump and Biden on three issues: late-term abortion, taxpayer-funded abortion and protecting babies who survive abortion.
Last week, President Trump released a letter to the pro-life community, asking pro-lifers to support him so “we have another four years to fight in the trenches for unborn children and their mothers.”
Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of Susan B. Anthony List, recently released a book, Life Is Winning.
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Michael Foust has covered the intersection of faith and news for 20 years. His stories have appeared in Baptist Press, Christianity Today, The Christian Post, the Leaf-Chronicle, the Toronto Star and the Knoxville News-Sentinel.