Republicans’ diminished electoral prospects elsewhere may have more to do with candidate quality than abortion policy.
Given how Trumpy the Wyoming Republican Party is, Cheney’s impeachment vote alone was enough to make it unlikely that she would prevail in the 2022 GOP primary.
Over at RealClearPolitics, Sean Trende has a must-read piece that cuts through the noise about the midterm elections: In short, in Washington state, all candidates run on the same primary ballot. ...
Today, Kansas voters head to the polls to vote on the ‘Value Them Both’ amendment.
When a life-threatening condition arises, the law allows life-saving treatment to be provided immediately.
Texas Right to Life: Law Allows Doctors to ‘Follow Standard Medical Practice’ in Life-Threatening Situations
Fears that frivolous civil lawsuits would be filed under Texas’s abortion law now seem overblown.
DeSantis also appears to have more room to grow than Trump does.
Speaking of ‘budget gimmicks’ and ‘shell games’ . . .