16 New Pro-Life Women Elected To Congress…Could Rise To 19

Up to this point, 16 new Pro-Life women have been elected to Congress.

That number could rise to 19.


The number of new, pro-life Republican women elected to the House of Representatives has climbed further, and now stands at 16, with the possibility of three more joining the group.

Of the three undecided races, one is being held up by legal wrangling, and in the other two the Republican candidates are leading by slim margins – in one case, by a razor-thin margin.

Along with 11 incumbent pro-life Republican women who won re-election last week, the victories thus far take to 27 the number of pro-life women in the House, a significant accomplishment for the Susan B. Anthony List, which works to elect pro-life candidates.

As reported earlier, a record number of 14 new Republican women, all with pro-life views, won House races in last Tuesday’s election. A diverse group, the newcomers include Cuban-Americans, a member of the Cherokee Nation, and the first Iranian American elected to Congress.

On Tuesday the number rose to 16, after Republican Michelle Steel won her race in California’s 48th Congressional District, and Republican Beth Van Duyne won hers in Texas’ 24th Congressional District.

The Mainstream Media really wants to cover this up. They know that the 2020 election was a disaster for Democrats. They wanted a repudiation of Republicans. They wanted a Blue Wave. Even with fraud, they couldn’t do that.

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