Women Speak Out PAC Announces $75K Independent Expenditure Campaign for Joan Perry in NC-03

April 4, 2019
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SBA List Partner Launches Digital Ads, Voter Mail in Support of Pro-life Champion 

Washington, D.C. – Women Speak Out PAC, a partner of Susan B. Anthony List, announced today an independent expenditure campaign in support of Dr. Joan Perry in North Carolina’s 3rd Congressional District special election. Perry was endorsed by the Susan B. Anthony List Candidate Fund earlier this month in the race to fill the vacant seat of late Congressman Walter Jones.

The $75,000 campaign consists of voter mail, phone calls, as well as digital ads aimed at turning out pro-life primary voters to vote early beginning April 10 or on election day, April 30th.

“Dr. Perry’s voice is needed now more than ever, especially as Democrats double down on their extreme agenda of abortion on demand,” said Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of Susan B. Anthony List. “We urge all pro-life voters in the 3rd District to support Joan either by voting early beginning April 10 or on primary Election Day, April 30th. Women, children, and families could not have a stronger champion than Joan Perry standing up to the abortion lobby.”

Dr. Joan Perry is the mother of five sons and a board-certified pediatrician with over thirty years’ experience in private practice. She graduated from medical school and completed her residency at UNC-Chapel Hill and later taught as an adjunct faculty member. She was appointed to serve on the UNC Board of Governors, Governor Pat McCrory’s health and human services transition team, and Governor Jim Martin’s North Carolina Day Care Commission. She lives in Kinston with her husband Jimbo Perry, where they are active in their church, youth mentorship, and charitable work.

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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