Anti-abortion groups are banking on Ohio to end the movement’s run of state-level losses and create a blueprint for battles in 2024 and beyond. In four weeks, voters in the Buckeye State will decide whether to enshrine abortion protections into the state constitution or be the first to reject an abortion-rights measure since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.
“Ohio is the first of a lot to come in the year ahead,” said March for Life President Jeanne Mancini.”That’s why we’re looking even more closely at Ohio: It could easily set the standard.” Six states voted last year on abortion referendums. In all six, including deep-red Kansas, Kentucky and Montana — the anti-abortion side lost, and it wasn’t particularly close.
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Stat of the Day: 6
in 2022 there were six abortion referendum on the ballets in different states.
Conservatives target Ohio to end their losing streak on abortion votes https://t.co/rRArwnMHEd
— John Anzalone (@JohnAnzo) October 11, 2023