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SBA List endorses Barry Moore for Congress

Moore faces Democratic nominee Phyllis Harvey-Hall in the Nov. 3 general election.

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Susan B. Anthony List’s Candidate Fund PAC on Monday endorsed former State Rep. Barry Moore, the Republican congressional candidate, to represent Alabama’s 2nd District.

“We are proud to endorse Barry Moore, a staunch and consistent defender of the unborn throughout his time in the legislature,” said Marilyn Musgrave, SBA List’s vice president of government affairs. “In the Alabama House of Representatives, Barry led the charge to protect unborn babies from the time their heartbeat can be detected and strengthen informed consent to safeguard vulnerable women from the profit-driven abortion industry. He will stand up to radical Pelosi Democrats in Congress who push abortion on demand through birth, paid for by taxpayers, and even infanticide. Alabamians deeply value life and deserve a champion like Barry, who has been a principled, dependable leader in Montgomery and will fight for their values in Washington. We encourage the pro-life voters of the 2nd District to support him and we look forward to working together to save innocent lives.”

Moore has already been endorsed by the National Right to Life, the nation’s largest anti-abortion organization, for his staunch stance against abortion.

Moore served in the Alabama House of Representatives from 2010 to 2018. He is a lifelong Alabamian who grew up in Coffee County. He is a veteran and attended Auburn University. He is the founder and operator of Barry Moore Industries, a small waste management company in Enterprise. Moore is active in his community and church. He and his wife Heather have four children.

Moore faces Democratic nominee Phyllis Harvey-Hall in the Nov. 3 general election. Incumbent Martha Roby is not running again.

SBA List is a network of 900,000 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.”

Brandon Moseley is a former reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter.

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