SBA List’s Candidate Fund PAC Celebrates Walker’s Win, Slams Warnock’s Pro-Abortion Extremism


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Pro-life Ground Team Visits 200K+ Homes of Georgia Voters

Washington, D.C.Today Susan B. Anthony List’s Candidate Fund PAC celebrated as its endorsed candidate Herschel Walker won the Republican primary for U.S. Senate in Georgia. Walker will face incumbent U.S. Senator Raphael Warnock in the general election.

“We are proud to support Herschel and celebrate his victory tonight. With his courage and authenticity, he can defeat ‘activist preacher’ Raphael Warnock, who opposes any limits whatsoever on abortion up to birth – even infanticide – and is radically out of step with Georgians,” said SBA List Candidate Fund PAC President Marjorie Dannenfelser. “Our ground team has already made more than 210,000 visits to Georgia voters at their homes to educate them about the stakes of this year’s elections and the importance of voting pro-life. Between now and November we will work tirelessly to expose extremists like Warnock and send pro-life champions like Herschel Walker to Washington, where voices like his are needed more than ever.”

SBA List and its partner super PAC, Women Speak Out PAC, have boots on the ground in Georgia and their field team has visited more than 210,000 homes to discuss Warnock’s record on life with Georgia voters. 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.

SBA List is tracking Warnock’s extreme record at

SBA List is a network of 900,000 pro-life Americans nationwide, dedicated to ending abortion by electing national leaders and advocating for laws that save lives, with a special calling to promote pro-life women leaders.

Women Speak Out PAC is a federally-registered independent expenditure-only committee and partner of Susan B. Anthony List.


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