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Monday, October 27, 2008

Pro-life group targets Jim Martin

It's not just the Democratic and Republican Senate campaign committees shoveling money and resources into Georgia's U.S. Senate race.

The Virginia-based Susan B. Anthony List, a pro-life women's organization with a well-connected advisory committee, has jumped into the tight race and sent a heartwarming mailer that accuses Democratic challenger Jim Martin of campaigning against a ban on partial-birth abortions while he served in the General Assembly. Joy Yearout, the group's policy director, says the mailer was sent to "identified social conservative voters statewide." Yearout says the group has also contributed to and endorsed Deborah Honeycutt's campaign in her race against incumbent Congressman David Scott for District 12.

There aren't any graphic images on the mailer, but because of the issue's sensitivity, I've posted photos of it after the jump.

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(Photos of the mailer courtesy of Sarah at vainglorious.)

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