The Susan B. Anthony Fund says it spent more than $52 million on President Donald Trump’s re-election and key Senate races, the most for any group opposing abortion in an election. As a nonprofit, the group won’t officially report its fundraising totals until a year from now, but in a summary of its election-year work, it noted that it reached out to 8 million voters in Arizona, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Montana, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Wisconsin.
The Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) and its partner, Women Speak Out PAC (WSO PAC), have completed their $52 million campaign to re-elect President Donald Trump and a pro-life Senate in what the groups state is a “life and death election.”
Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation will likely drive turnout among pro-choice suburban women. But there may be a countereffect: Pro-life voters who aren’t enthusiastic about Donald Trump could be inspired to vote for him. The Susan B. Anthony List has been laying groundwork for that to happen since before her nomination.
In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: With Election Day around the corner, we’re joined by Archbishop Joseph Naumann – the Chairman of the USCCB’s Committee on Pro-Life Activities – who answers why abortion is a preeminent priority for Catholics… and much more!
I hope the Democratic Party returns to its pro-life roots and embraces the vision, laid out so eloquently by the late Governor Bob Casey, of a nation that cares for mothers and children. It is long overdue for both major parties to adopt a principled stance in favor of life. Make no mistake, though: the person most responsible for the Democrats’ (and our nation’s) soul-searching on the issue of life is Donald Trump.
One of the burning policy issues raised for public discussion this year is the idea of expanding the U.S. Supreme Court. And with the nation’s highest court so close to impacting Roe v Wade, pro-life Americans have a lot of skin in the game.