Live updates from Roe v. Wade: Democrats seek contrast with Republicans on abortion

For months, the GOP has waged a rhetorical offensive against Biden and his fellow Democrats — hammering them on withdrawal from Afghanistan, rising homicide rates, a chaotic southern border and seemingly constant inflation. increase. But, contrary to those questions, public opinion strongly opposes the GOP on abortion, suggesting that the party could pay a significant political price if deer is overthrown.

Asked about the messages focused on leaks, Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) said he thinks voters will focus more on immigration, crime and, most importantly, the economy. “Inflation is at an all-time high. Gas prices are at an all-time high,” said Barrasso, the No. 3 Senate Republican. “People are going to make a decision about the impact on their own personal lives, and that’s why we’re going to take the House and take the Senate.”


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