SBA List’s Candidate Fund PAC Endorses Former Lt. Gov. Michelle Fischbach in MN-07


June 08, 2020
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Washington, D.C. – Today Susan B. Anthony List’s Candidate Fund PAC announced its endorsement of Michelle Fischbach, former lieutenant governor of Minnesota, for Congress in the 7th District.

“We are proud to endorse former Lieutenant Governor Michelle Fischbach, a longtime champion for unborn children and their mothers. Michelle is exactly the type of candidate that SBA List was founded to support. She beautifully embodies our mission to end abortion through the promotion of pro-life leadership, with a special calling to promote women,” said SBA List’s Vice President of Government Affairs Marilyn Musgrave. “A lifelong Minnesotan and longtime state senator, Michelle has an extensive record of pro-life leadership that includes championing informed consent legislation and compassionate alternatives to abortion. Michelle will proudly fight for President Trump’s pro-life policies and her voice will be an important counter to the extreme abortion agenda that Nancy Pelosi is aggressively pushing in the U.S. House.”

Michelle Fischbach has also been endorsed by President Trump, National Right to Life Committee, and Minnesota Concerned Citizens for Life.

Fischbach served as lieutenant governor of Minnesota from 2018 to 2019. Previously she served in the state senate from 1996 until 2018 and was twice elected Senate president – the first woman to hold this position. She sponsored The Woman’s Right to Know Act, to ensure informed consent before an abortion, and the Positive Alternatives Act, which provides grants to nonprofit organizations that offer life-affirming care and support for expectant mothers. Michelle and her husband have two children and five grandchildren.

SBA List is a network of more than 837,000 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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