2014 Endorsed Candidates

David Perdue
David Perdue | U.S. Senate, Georgia

David Perdue was endorsed by the Susan B. Anthony List on September 25, 2014. If elected, David will move the Senate one step closer to a vote on the historic Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. Previously, David Perdue won the Republican run-off in July by two percent.  He has been endorsed by the National Right to Life Committee. Additionally, he has over 40 years of business experience and holds a degree in industrial engineering from Georgia Tech. David Perdue’s opponent, Michelle Nunn, has been endorsed by EMILY’s List. 

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Kim Reynolds
Kim Reynolds | Lieutenant Governor of Iowa

Kim Reynolds was re-endorsed by the Susan B. Anthony List on September 25, 2014. She has proudly served as Lt. Governor of Iowa proudly since then 2010. While in office, Lt. Governor Reynolds has been a consistent pro-life voice, working to defend Iowa’s women and children from the predator abortion industry. Additionally, Reynolds is a founding member of the SBA List’s National Pro-life Women’s Caucus. 

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Steve Daines
Steve Daines | U.S. Senate, Montana

Steve Daines was endorsed by the Susan B. Anthony List on September 24, 2014. Steve Daines has represented Montana’s At-Large seat in the U.S. House of Representatives since 2013, after he defeated longtime pro-abortion advocate Kim Gillan. While serving in congress he has worked tirelessly to stop the expansion of taxpayer funding of abortion brought on by Obamacare. Additionally, Daines voted in favor of compassionate legislation to protect babies after 5 months. His opponent has been endorsed by extreme pro-abortion groups like EMILY’s List and NOW. 

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Steve Pearce
Steve Pearce | New Mexico's 2nd Congressional District

Steve Pearce was endorsed by the Susan B. Anthony List on September 22, 2014. Congressman Pearce has voted to end taxpayer funding of abortion and voted to limit abortions after 5 months, or more than halfway through pregnancy. During his time in the U.S. House of Representatives, he has earned a 100% pro-life voting record. His proud pro-life position stands in stark contrast to that of his opponent, Democrat Roxanne Lara. Lara is backed by EMILY’s List, an extreme organization that advocates for taxpayer-funded abortion on demand, for any reason, up to the moment of birth – even gruesome late abortions. We hope to see Rep. Pearce grow the ranks of pro-life U.S. Representatives.

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Kay Ivey
Kay Ivey | Lieutenant Governor of Alabama

Kay Ivey was endorsed by the Susan B. Anthony List on September 17, 2014. She was also endorsed by the Susan B. Anthony List and Alabama Citizens for Life in 2010 when she first ran for Lt. Governor of Alabama. Prior to serving as Lt. Governor, Kay served the state of Alabama as Treasurer in 2002. Last year Lt. Governor Ivey became a founding member of the SBA List’s National Pro-Life Women’s Caucus Leadership Team. She was the first Republican woman to serve as Lt. Governor in Alabama. Additionally, she was the first Republican elected since Reconstruction. She has proudly fought against abortion and is continuing this fight as she runs for re-election in the November election. 

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Steve Southerland
Steve Southerland | Florida's 2nd Congressional District

Steve Southerland was endorsed by the Susan B. Anthony List on September 17, 2014. Last year, Rep. Southerland cosponsored the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, compassionate legislation to protect unborn babies after five months – more than halfway through pregnancy. Polls show that a majority of Americans, and women in higher numbers than men, support this common sense proposal. Congressman Southerland’s opponent, on the other hand, has earned the endorsement of the radical pro-abortion EMILY’s List, which opposes even modest pro-life reforms like the five month bill.

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Barbara Comstock | Virginia's 10th Congressional District

Barbara Comstock was endorsed by the Susan B. Anthony List Candidate Fund on July 21, 2014. Prior to running for Congress, Barbara served in the Virginia House of Delegates where she has fought for the right to life as a lawmaker. Barbara also served as a trusted aide to Congressman Frank Wolf, where she became Chief Counsel on the largest House committee investigating waste, fraud, and abuse. Barbara faces pro-abortion candidate John Foust in November.

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Terri Lynn Land | U.S. Senate, Michigan

Terri Lynn Land was endorsed by the Susan B. Anthony List on June 18th, 2014. Terri has served as Michigan’s Secretary of State and Kent County Clerk, she was endorsed by SBA List in 2002 when she first elected to serve as Secretary of State. Terri grew up in the family business started by her grandparents and today, Terri and her son own a small property management company together. Terri also served as a member of the Republican National Committee from 2012 to 2014 and has received the endorsement of  Right to Life of Michigan Political Action Committee. Terri Lynn Land will face Congressman Gary Peters (D) in November. Peters has received endorsements from Planned Parenthood and NARAL.

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Darlene Senger | Illinois’ 11th Congressional District

Darlene Senger was endorsed by the Susa. B. Anthony List on June 18, 2014. Darlene was first elected as an Illinois State Representative in 2008. As a State Representative, Darlene Senger sponsored a bill to amend the state’s Ambulatory Surgical Treatment Center Act to ensure that surgical abortion clinics are held to the same standard as any other outpatient surgical center. She has been endorsed by Illinois Federation for Right to Life for the congressional race. Senger won the Republican primary on March 18th with 37% of the vote. Darlene Senger’s opponent, Rep. Bill Foster, is endorsed by NARAL and Illinois Planned Parenthood Council. 

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Thom Tillis | U.S. Senate, North Carolina

Thom Tillis was endorsed by the Susan B. Anthony List Candidate Fund on June 18, 2014. Thom was first elected to the North Carolina House of Representatives in 2006 and currently serves as Speaker of the House. He formerly served as the NC House Republican Whip. On May 6th he won the Republican Primary with 45.7% of the vote. Prior to serving in elected office, Rep. Tillis held a successful business career at PriceWaterhouseCoopers, North Carolina’s largest bank, and IBM. Rep. Tillis has been endorsed by National Right to Life and holds a 100% pro-life voting record. Tillis’ opponent, Sen. Kay Hagan, has been endorsed by EMILY’s List, and has a 0% National Right to Life score.

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