Abortion politics, post-Roe, already loom over 2024

Posted on AllSides November 25th, 2022
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Evelyn Hockstein/Reuters

Soha Saghir and her friend Louisa Stoll braved the cold to vote on election night in Pennsylvania, and in a quick interview, made clear why they were there: abortion rights.

Ms. Saghir and Ms. Stoll, both 2021 graduates of Haverford College, are part of the wave of young voters who helped lift Democrats to a stronger-than-expected performance in this month’s midterms. Preliminary exit poll data suggests turnout for voters under 30 approached record levels for a midterm – and abortion was their No. 1 issue. The spark was the Supreme Court’s June ruling...

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