Field Team

SBA LIST PRO-LIFE FIELD TEAM

ABOUT OUR FIELD TEAM

This election cycle, SBA List and its entities plan to spend $78 million to protect life across America. This includes reaching eight million voters across battleground states – four million directly at their doors – to take back the U.S. House and Senate.

The SBA List ground team has already visited more than 1,445,000 homes across battleground states this election cycle and is currently visiting voters in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Nevada.

ARIZONA FIELD TEAM

Active canvassers: 43

Homes Visited: 347,774

FIELD TEAM LEADERS

Maria Birnbaum
Arizona Field Director

Jason Glynn
Maricopa I Field Director

Jennifer Ord
Maricopa II Field Director

Mathew Mesa
Maricopa III Field Director

Mac Copeland
Southern Arizona Field Director

Tammy O’Connor
Northern Arizona Field Director

STORIES FROM THE FIELD

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No Votes for Infanticide

Maria’s team met this Spanish-speaking voter who says he always votes Democrat, but when he heard that Mark Kelly does not support legal protections for babies who survive abortion attempts, he said he could never vote for him.

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Born at 23 weeks

“I spoke to one lady who told me that she was born at 23 weeks and was less than two pounds. She believes that all abortion is wrong.” – Nicole, Arizona team

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Opposed to Late Abortion

“I voted for Mark Kelly in the last election, but I don’t think I can vote for him after learning that.” This Arizonan identifies as pro-choice but is opposed to late abortion. She told Regina she wouldn’t want to vote for Kelly again knowing he supports it.

OUR CANVASSERS IN ACTION

NEWS AND PRESS RELEASES

FLORIDA FIELD TEAM

Active canvassers: 47

Homes Visited: 286,279

FIELD TEAM LEADERS

Laurie Lee
Florida Field Director

Catherine Campbell
Tallahassee Field Director

Jacqueline Debs
Miami/Dade Field Director

Jake Kelley
Jacksonville Field Director

Mollie Powell
Tampa Field Director

STORIES FROM THE FIELD

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We are all pro-life here!

“Yes, we are all pro-life here!” This Florida voter is proudly pro-life and has been urging his family and friends to vote to re-elect pro-life leaders Senator Rick Scott and Governor Ron DeSantis in November. He asked for extra doorhangers to share.

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I never paid attention to politics, but I am now

“I never paid attention to politics, I didn’t want to get involved, but I am now!” A voter told our Florida team she never wanted to think about politics, but she started to be more involved after learning about the extreme positions of pro-abortion politicians.

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``Life is the most important thing.``

“Life is the most important thing.” One Florida voter’s response when Angelica asked her if she would vote pro-lif.

OUR CANVASSERS IN ACTION

NEWS AND PRESS RELEASES

GEORGIA FIELD TEAM

Active canvassers: 24

Homes Visited: 206,843

FIELD TEAM LEADERS

Laurie Lee
Georgia Field Director

Barbara Galloway
Augusta Field Director

Dr. Julie A. Brown
Metro Atlanta Field Director

Thrin Short
Savannah Field Director

STORIES FROM THE FIELD

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``Every life is a gift.``

“Every life is a gift.” This pro-life Georgian woman had not heard of Raphael Warnock, but now that she knows he is pro-abortion, she will not vote for him. She thanked Clara for the information.

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“I thought he was a religious man.”

One man was very surprised to hear about Sen. Warnock’s positions on abortion and infanticide since Warnock is a preacher. Specifically, the guy I was talking to said, “I thought he was a religious man.”

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``That's terrible.``

I talked to a woman who said she didn’t support late term abortion and would be less likely to vote for someone who did. As I turned to leave she said, “I didn’t know that about Warnock. That’s terrible.”

NEWS AND PRESS RELEASES

NEVADA FIELD TEAM – COMING SOON

FIELD TEAM LEADERS

Maria Birnbaum
Arizona Field Director

Cheryl Yiatras
Las Vegas Field Director

NORTH CAROLINA FIELD TEAM

Active canvassers: 48

Homes Visited: 243,489

FIELD TEAM LEADERS

Michelle Ashley
North Carolina Field Director

Cayla Collins
Fayetteville/Wilmington Field Director

Donetta Kruse
Triad Field Director

Katherine Burgess
Charlotte Field Director

Kyle Philips
Mountain Region Field Director

Matthew Overby
Raleigh Field Director

STORIES FROM THE FIELD

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“They have lost all common sense.”

“They have lost all common sense.” Trish spoke with a North Carolina voter who has always voted Democrat, but does not plan to anymore because the Democrats have “lost all common sense.” He opposes abortion when science shows a child can feel pain.

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Life, liberty, & the pursuit of happiness

One North Carolina voter was happy to speak with Matt & Dion. He gave them a copy of the Constitution & said “I came to this country because it was founded on protecting life, liberty, & the pursuit of happiness. I will always vote for life!”

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Not for Late Abortions

Cheryl met a voter who said that she considered herself to be pro-choice, however they more they talked the more she shortened the time she felt that should be allowed for an abortion. By the time they parted she said that she definitely felt that 12-15 weeks should be the maximum and that any baby born alive during a failed abortion attempt should be guaranteed the right to the same level of care any other baby born at the same gestation would receive.

OUR CANVASSERS IN ACTION

NEWS AND PRESS RELEASES

PENNSYLVANIA FIELD TEAM

Active canvassers: 45

Homes Visited: 200,425

FIELD TEAM LEADERS

Michelle Ashley
Pennsylvania Field Director

Marlene Downing
Pennsylvania Deputy Field Director

Kim Kennedy
Philadelphia Field Director

Laureen Cummings
Scranton Field Director

Maggie Kelty
Pittsburgh Field Director

Patrick Basom
Harrisburg Field Director

Shauna Jackson
Erie Field Director

STORIES FROM THE FIELD

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Who stands up for the baby?

Marlene met Adele, who was a registered Democrat, but plans to vote for Republican this cycle.

Adele has been having discussions about abortion with her two sons. One of her sons challenged her position on abortion being OK in certain instances saying, “it’s not the baby’s fault.”

Their discussions led her to ask: “Who stands up for the baby?” and the SCOTUS leak has energized her to get out and vote pro-life.

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I won't vote for that

“I wouldn’t vote for someone who would allow infanticide.”

A voter initially told Niaire he didn’t think he could have an opinion on abortion as a man, but was horrified when he learned Fetterman doesn’t even support protecting babies born alive after failed abortion attempts.

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Pro-life Mother of Eight

Members of our student team spoke with Maria, who is a mother of eight children – two of whom she adopted from moms who chose life! She’s thankful for their courage in the face of a society that often presents abortion as the only option.

OUR CANVASSERS IN ACTION

NEWS AND PRESS RELEASES

WISCONSIN FIELD TEAM

Active canvassers: 18

Homes Visited: 159,921

FIELD TEAM LEADERS

Jodi Smith
Wisconsin Field Director

Anna Cantrall
North Milwaukee Field Director

Joanne Mann
Green Bay Field Director

Maggie Cantrall
Milwaukee South Field Director

STORIES FROM THE FIELD

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“I didn’t know that``

“I didn’t know that, & I don’t support it.” One Wisconsinite told our team he identifies as pro-choice, but didn’t know that a baby can feel pain at 20 weeks. He doesn’t support late abortion & will remember that when he votes.

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``I'm doing everything I can.``

“To be pro-life means doing everything you can to help these children.”

This Wisconsinite & his wife care for children with special needs & have adopted 13 of them “so far.” He was inspired by his mother, a nurse who volunteered at pregnancy centers her whole life.

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``We used to be registered Democrats.``

Hailey met a Wisconsin family who thanked her for sharing info so voters know the positions candidates take on abortion. They used to be Democrats, but after learning what extremist Democrats support, including abortion on demand, they could no longer vote for them.

Coronavirus Update: We take seriously the health of our canvassing team and the voters we seek to reach. In March, 2020 our field team pivoted from door-to-door canvassing to live calls to voters in our targeted battleground states. In June, 2020 the team returned to the field, observing masking and social distancing and taking other precautions as outlined by the CDC.