|This man gave Democratic prospects a huge boost
And the vote wasn't even close, as the poor-mouthers had predicted. Over 60% of the very large turnout voted for abortion rights. Almost twice as many people voted yesterday as is normal in a Kansas primary.
The lesson for North Carolina? where abortion rights are very much on the ballot in November? The issue cuts. It especially separates suburban Republican women from their party, and oppo researchers need to be finding those extremist, anti-abortion quotes by Republican office-holders and candidates and hanging them around their necks. Like this one: "...in June, [NC Senate President Phil] Berger and [NC House Speaker Tim] Moore called on Attorney General Josh Stein, a Democrat, to reinstate North Carolina’s ban on abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy .... 'I remain committed to protecting the unborn and upholding the sanctity of life,' Berger said."
Virginia Foxx needs to eat some of her own words, too. She's a major turncoat on women's rights.