Election 2018

View Our 2018 Election Report

Our team of over 1,000 pro-life canvassers visited more than 2.7 MILLION low-turnout pro-life voters at their homes to get out the pro-life vote. Get the details on 100 key pro-life races that were decided on Tuesday evening.

View the Election Report

Susan B. Anthony List in the News

EWTN Pro-Life Weekly Episode 90: Selling Abortion Pills Online?

November 15, 2018 -

Susan B. Anthony List president, Marjorie Dannenfelser reacts as the FDA launches an investigation into a website selling abortion pills online. Abby Johnson’s pro-life conversion story is hitting the big screen! – We sit down with Johnson and actress Ashley Bratcher of “Unplanned.” And much more...

National Review: The Swing States Where Abortion Will Matter Most on Election Day

November 5, 2018 -

Braun has received the support of the pro-life movement’s most powerful advocacy groups, most notably the Susan B. Anthony List, which has launched an independent-expenditure, get-out-the-vote campaign on his behalf

President Trump’s Pro-Life Wins

Get the Details

Advance Life-Saving Legislation

Take Action

Supreme Court

President Trump Speaks at Susan B. Anthony List Gala

On Tuesday, May 22, President Donald J. Trump delivered the keynote address at our annual Campaign For Life Gala where we celebrated how far we’ve come in the fight to save babies and defend women from abortion.

Watch Trump's Speech

Latest from the Newsroom

SBA List Super PAC Announces Five-figure Digital Campaign to Expose Mike Espy’s Extremism

November 20, 2018 -

Women Speak Out PAC, a partner of the national pro-life group Susan B. Anthony List, today announced a five-figure independent expenditure campaign of hard-hitting digital ads to mobilize pro-life voters across Mississippi to re-elect U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith and defeat Mike Espy...

SBA List Declares Victory as Pro-life Rick Scott Defeats Nelson in Florida Senate Race

November 19, 2018 -

The national pro-life group Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) celebrated news that Rick Scott officially defeated incumbent Senator Bill Nelson in the race for U.S. Senate in Florida.