2014 Endorsed Candidates

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Karen Handel | U.S. Senate, Georgia

Karen Handel was endorsed by the Susan B. Anthony List Candidate fund on March 4, 2014 and is the author of “Planned Bullyhood” the truth behind the Planned Parenthood funding battle with Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The book is based on her experience as Komen Senior Vice President of Public Policy when Komen decided, and then later reversed, the decision to end grants to Planned Parenthood. Her book helped shed much-needed light on America’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood. Karen Handel has previously served as Secretary of State and as Deputy Chief of Staff to Governor Sonny Perdue.

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Elise Stefanik | New York’s 21st Congressional District

The Susan B. Anthony List endorsed Elise Stefanik on March 4, 2014. Elise served as Policy Director for the Director of Debate Preparation for Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan, 2012 RNC Platform, Policy Director for Governor Tim Pawlenty’s presidential campaign, and served in the Bush White House under both the Chief of Staff’s office and the Domestic Policy Council. Elise was born and raised in the North Country, where she currently lives and helps operate her family’s small business. If elected to this open seat, she will be an advocate for Life and replace pro-abortion Congressman Bill Owens.

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David Jolly | Florida’s 13th Congressional District

The SBA List Candidate Fund endorsed David Jolly on March 4, 2014. David Jolly served as an aide and general counsel to the late Congressman Billy Young (R-FL) before establish a D.C. based firm, Three Bridges Advisors. David Jolly believes that “life begins at conception and that we should encourage a culture that values life.” His support for Life has granted him endorsements from Florida Right to Life and National Right to Life along with the Susan B. Anthony List. He resides in Indiana Shores, Florida.

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Ann Wagner | Missouri's 2nd Congressional District

Ann Wagner represents Missouri's 2nd Congressional District.  Since being elected in 2012, Congresswoman Wagner has been a tireless pro-life voice in the House of Representatives.  Wagner is a longtime pro-life leader in Missouri and the first woman ever to serve as Chairwoman of the Missouri Republican Party.

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Jackie Walorski | Indiana's 2nd Congressional District

Representative Jackie Walorski was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives to serve Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District on November 6th, 2012. Jackie Walorski was first elected to office as an Indiana State Representative in 2004, vowing to bring conservative, pro-life leadership to the Statehouse. In a short time, Jackie became a leader in the caucus, being appointed as Assistant Floor Leader. She served on the Family, Children, & Human Affairs and the Public Policy committees.

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Diane Black
Diane Black | Tennessee’s 6th District

Diane Black, who began her career as an emergency room nurse, was first elected to the Tennessee state senate in 2004 where she was a pro-life champion.  Diane Black’s state legislative accomplishments include reforming the state’s adoption laws, defunding Planned Parenthood and enacting stricter penalties for sex offenders, including bringing Tennessee into line with the federal “Adam Walsh Act.”  Since elected to Congress in 2010, the SBA List has been able to count Rep. Black as one of the most reliable and out-spoken advocates for Life on the House floor. Rep. Black co-wrote legislation that would have defunded Planned Parenthood for the rest of the fiscal year during the 2011 budget battle. Rep. Black is a critical voice for the protection of women and the unborn in the U.S. Congress.

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Marsha Blackburn
Marsha Blackburn | Tennessee’s 7th District

Marsha Blackburn was a strong advocate for Life in the Tennessee State House and has continued her fight for the unborn in Congress, serving since 2002, in the same district former Vice President Al Gore once represented. Blackburn has co-sponsored major pieces of pro-life legislation throughout her career and most recently has been an outspoken advocate in support of Congressional hearings on Planned Parenthood. This past May she gave a passionate speech in support of banning sex-selection abortions. Representative Blackburn served as an assistant whip in the 108th and 109th Congress, and served as deputy whip for the 110th and 111th Congress.

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Renee Ellmers
Renee Ellmers | North Carolina’s 2nd District

As a nurse, Renee Ellmers has a passion for protecting unborn children. Prior to serving in Congress, Renee Ellmers and her husband, a local doctor, worked with the pro-life movement in North Carolina for many years. While in Congress, Rep. Ellmers co-sponsored eight different pro-life bills that included the Ultrasound Informed Consent Act and the Child Interstate Abortion Notification Act.  She also was an outspoken voice in the House to defund Planned Parenthood and has been very vocal about the need for Congressional hearings on Planned Parenthood.

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Virginia Foxx
Virginia Foxx | North Carolina’s 5th District

Virginia Foxx has been a strong ally of the SBA List since her election to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2004. While in Congress, Congresswoman Foxx has co-sponsored the Fetus Farming Prohibition Act, the Weldon-Stupak Human Cloning Prohibition Act, the RU-486 Suspension and Review Act, the Right to Life Act, the Child Custody Protection Act, the Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act, and the Child Interstate Abortion Notification Act. Foxx is known for her tenacity and passion and is an outspoken advocate for women and unborn children. In 2011, Congresswoman Virginia Foxx received the SBA List Distinguished Leader Award.

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Vicky Hartzler
Vicky Hartzler | Missouri’s 4th District

During her first term in Congress, Vicky Hartzler, a former state legislator and high school teacher, has been a proven leader for Life. A strong advocate for adoption, Congresswoman Hartzler and her husband adopted their daughter in 1999, following Rep. Hartzler’s final term in the Missouri State House. Congresswoman Hartzler is also the author of the book, Running God’s Way: Step by Step to a Successful Political Campaign. Since her election in 2010, Congresswoman Hartzler has earned a 100% NRLC voting record and co-sponsored various pro-life bills. Not only does she vote pro-life, but she hasn’t shied away from speaking out for unborn children on the House floor, as she did during the debate on defunding Planned Parenthood at the federal level. She faces well-funded pro-abortion Democrat, Teresa Hensley, in the general election.

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