Marjorie Dannenfelser

Marjorie Dannenfelser is the president and an original organizer of the Susan B. Anthony List (SBA List), a national pro-life group dedicated to pursuing policies and electing candidates to reduce and ultimately end abortion. Under Marjorie’s leadership, the SBA List has grown to more than 365,000 members nationwide. Since its founding, the SBA List has helped elect more than 100 pro-life candidates to the U.S. House of Representatives, 19 to the U.S. Senate, and 16 to other statewide offices across the country.  

Latest from Marjorie Dannenfelser

  • Oct 07, 2015

    Why Carly Fiorina's bold Pro-Life challenge is the essence of leadership

    In an electrifying moment during the Republican presidential debate at the Reagan Ranch last month, Carly Fiorina dared President Obama, Hillary Clinton, and all Americans to watch a video in which Holly O’Donnell, a medical technician who worked at a Planned Parenthood facility in California, describes how she cut through the face of a fully formed baby boy that had just been aborted (and whose heart could still be made to beat) in order to harvest his brain for medical research.

  • Oct 05, 2010

    Why Pro-Life Women Are Shining In the Political Spotlight This Season

    Today’s pro-life women candidates are challenging an “oligarchy of pro-choice women” who assert that their sisters who differ on this issue are not true feminists and should never win public office. Recent history is proving this new oligarchy as wrongheaded as the old.

  • Jun 09, 2010

    A Victory for Pro-Life Women In Politics

    Pro-life feminists like Carly Fiorina think that women don’t view the right to abort their child as the linchpin of their freedom or their happiness.

  • Apr 09, 2010

    Stupak Finally Gets It -- Votes Have Consequences

    Today, Rep. Bart Stupak understands what our group's polling revealed: a vote for Obama's health care bill was a vote against the will of his constituents. Yet he chose to do it anyway and now he is suffering the consequences.