SBA List’s Women Speak Out PAC Announces Campaign to Re-elect Senator Joni Ernst

October 6, 2020
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Ernst’s Pro-life Leadership in Washington Needed Now More Than Ever; $500,000 Campaign Includes Mail, Digital, Phones

Washington, D.C. –  Today Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List) and its partner super PAC, Women Speak Out (WSO PAC), announced a $500,000 independent expenditure campaign in Iowa to re-elect U.S. Senator Joni Ernst. The effort includes voter contact mail, phone calls, texts and digital ads, and is an expansion of the organizations’ overall $52 million budget and plan to reach eight million voters for the 2020 cycle. The announcement comes as the U.S. Senate prepares to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court.

“Senator Ernst is working to keep the business of government going and to confirm President Trump’s nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett, to the Supreme Court. While Senator Ernst weathers attacks from the pro-abortion activists in Washington, we are launching a campaign across Iowa to make sure her constituents know how hard she is fighting for them and for the American people,” said Mallory Quigley, national spokeswoman for Women Speak Out PAC. “Her leadership in the Judiciary Committee is vital to seeing this confirmation through. We are fighting for her, and we stand with her and Judge Barrett as pro-abortion Democrats in the Senate attack her faith. Elections have consequences and preserving the pro-life Senate majority is crucial to protecting laws that save countless unborn children.”

SBA List and Women Speak Out PAC will reach eight million voters before Election Day, speaking to them about where the presidential candidates stand on abortion, and the Supreme Court.

SBA List is tracking the extremism of the Biden-Harris ticket 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.





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