Pro-life group unveils $52 million campaign to support Trump re-election

by Bryan Brammer · Jan 18th, 2020 12:41 pm

A major pro-life group unveiled its plans on Friday to spend $52 million to activate pro-life voters across the country in an effort to help President Trump and pro-life senators get elected in 2020.

The Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List), a non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating abortion in the U.S., announced that its monumental campaign will include boots on the ground, voter contact mail, phone calls, and digital ads in an attempt to turn out scores of pro-life voters, according to LifeNews.

The efforts will focus on Arizona, Iowa, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Wisconsin — all key battleground states that will be competitive in both the presidential and Senate races.

National spokeswoman for SBA List, Mallory Quigley, reiterated that the abortion debate is at the forefront of this year's election.

"The stakes of this election could not be higher. Democratic contenders for president are lining up to support abortion on demand, and even infanticide, and declaring war on even the most modest pro-life policies. Meanwhile, President Trump has governed as the most pro-life president in our nation's history."

🔦 Planned Parenthood announced on Thursday their plans to spend $45 million to support pro-abortion candidates in the 2020 elections — especially the Democratic presidential candidate.