This morning we consider yet another spin tactic regarding on the inclinations of the electorate in the aftermath of a shocking defeat against "Value Them Both" legislation . . .
Turnabout is fair play . . . Progressives and single-issue voters might now give the advantage to the incumbent given recent rejection of abortion crackdown legislation.
Or at least, here's progressives banking on continued lady voter engagement . . .
The newly drawn district, with the addition of rural counties and the subtraction of half of urban Wyandotte County, leans more Republican than it did before. But Davids has a potent advantage that she didn’t have last time.
The Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision overturning Roe v. Wade has reshaped the political landscape, and nowhere more so than in Kansas. Davids is running hard on abortion rights, an issue that Kansas Republicans have used to pummel Kansas Democrats for decades.
Davids volunteer Nancy Pence says that ending federal protection for abortion rights has shattered political norms.
“We’re on uncharted ground now,” Pence said recently, stepping away from training new volunteers. “And I think that astute politicians look at this and say, 'This is something I should pay attention to.'”
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
The Supreme Court's Dobbs decision overthrowing Roe v. Wade has reshaped the political landscape, and nowhere more so than in Kansas. And Davids is running hard on abortion rights, an issue that Kansas Republicans have used to pummel Kansas Democrats for decades.