Historic Wins for Pro-life Women Candidates

In the Press:

“Dannenfelser called Tuesday’s victory by Fiorina ‘proof that Americans are responding to authentic, pro-life feminism.'”

– Carla Marinucci, The San Francisco Chronicle, Politics Blog 6/10/2010

“‘We have been waiting for our 1992,’ says Marjorie Dannenfelser, the president of the Susan B. Anthony List, which encourages pro-life women to run for Congress. Her wait is coming to an end.”

– Ramesh Ponnuru,The New York Times, “The Year of the (Pro-life) Women,” 6/13/2010

“Women can be — and are — increasingly strong political actors who reject the liberal ideology of abortion-on-demand. The dramatic victories of Sharron Angle in Nevada and Carly Fiorina in California in two high profile Senate primaries are just the most recent examples.”

– Marjorie Dannenfelser, Politics Daily, “Pro-Life and Pro-Woman: Sarah Palin’s Case for Authentic Feminism” 6/12/2010

“[A] record number of Republican women are running for federal and statewide offices this year, encouraged by GOP recruiting organizations, the high-profile candidacy of Sarah Palin in 2008, and voters who see the women as natural agents of change.”

– Susan Milligan, The Boston Globe, “GOP women a rising force in the party” 6/13/2010

“[A]s mama grizzly Susan B. Anthony astutely observed more than a century ago, abortion is no cure for a societal problem that harms women. It’s a symptom.”

– Barbara Hollingsworth, The Washington Examiner, “Pro-life women take political center stage” 6/15/2010

“Marjorie Dannenfelser, the president of the anti-abortion group Susan B. Anthony List, said that her group is making Fiorina’s election a top priority. Fiorina’s landslide win in the primary ‘is a huge success already and an affirmation of our mission,’ Dannenfelser said. ‘But to win [in November] will be a watershed for women for a long time running for office.'”

– Greg Giroux, CQ Politics, “GOP Seeks Diversity by Focusing on Women”

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