SBA List Team Visits 65,000+ Arizona Voters to Elect Martha McSally & Defeat Kyrsten Sinema

November 6, 2018
CONTACT: Mallory Quigley
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Sinema is an extremist who votes for abortion on demand through birth

Washington, D.C.  – Today the national pro-life group Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) announced that its field team of 65 canvassers has visited more than 65,000 Arizona voters ahead of Election Day to elect pro-life Martha McSally and defeat Kyrsten Sinema. Additionally, SBA List has reached 378,697 voters through persuasive voter contact mail and digital ads, made 54,296 live voter calls, and held one in-state media event.

“Kyrsten Sinema is an extremist who supports abortion on demand through birth,” said SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser. “Ahead of Election Day, SBA List’s field team has visited more than 65,000 Arizona voters who don’t consistently get to the polls to educate them about Sinema’s extreme record. They are shocked to learn that Sinema voted to keep barbaric late-term abortions legal up to the moment of birth and to send taxpayer dollars to abortion giant Planned Parenthood. Arizonans deserve a senator who will defend their values – that’s why our team is working hard to elect pro-life champion Martha McSally.”

SBA List and Center for Arizona Policy Action jointly undertook a ground campaign to expose Sinema’s extreme views on abortion ahead of the midterm election. SBA List’s field team of more than 1,100 canvassers has visited 2.7 million voters this election cycle across the battleground states of Arizona, Indiana, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, Florida, Ohio, West Virginia, and Tennessee. A complete list of SBA List’s efforts to mobilize the pro-life vote in the 2018 election cycle can be viewed here.

SBA List is a network of more than 700,000 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.


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