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March 6, 2012 

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Deb Fischer Receives Endorsement 

of Pro Life Organizations  


National Right To Life & Susan B. Anthony List Support Deb Fischer  


LINCOLN After eight years in the Nebraska Legislature where she had a 100% pro-life voting record, the National Right to Life Committee and the Susan B. Anthony List have endorsed Deb Fischer for the U.S. Senate.     

Unlike her opponent, former U.S. Senator Bob Kerrey who cast the deciding vote against a ban on partial-birth abortions and has always been a strong supporter of abortions, Fischer has always protected the unborn.  

"Unlike former U.S. Senator Bob Kerrey, who amassed an extreme pro-abortion voting record, Deb Fischer been a strong advocate for life and protecting the unborn," said National Right To Life executive director David O'Steen.  "We are proud to endorse Deb Fischer and look forward to working with her to restore the legal protections for unborn children and individuals whose lives are threatened by abortion or euthanasia."   


"Deb Fischer is a fighter for unborn children and their mothers. Her record in the Nebraska state legislature is one of fighting passionately for pro-life, pro-woman policies," said Susan B. Anthony List Candidate Fund President Marjorie Dannenfelser. "On the other hand, the last time Bob Kerrey was in the U.S. Senate, he voted against the ban on the gruesome practice of partial birth abortion five times. The people of Nebraska want leaders whose voting record reflects their pro-life values."   


"All life is a precious gift and I am honored to receive these two pro-life endorsements," said State Senator Deb Fischer.  "If elected, I will continue to actively defend the sanctity of all life by working to cut federal funding for abortions and supporting pro-life judicial nominees."   



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