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Democrats And Republicans Take Lessons From Kansas Abortion Vote

Democrats And Republicans Take Lessons From Kansas Abortion Vote

Update: 2022-08-10
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Both major parties were surprised, for different reasons, by the results in this month's referendum in Kansas that could have ended the right to an abortion by amending the state constitution. What can Democrats and Republicans take away from the Kansas vote as they craft their messaging strategies for November's midterms?

This episode: voting correspondent Miles Parks, political reporter Barbara Sprunt, and congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell

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Democrats And Republicans Take Lessons From Kansas Abortion Vote

Democrats And Republicans Take Lessons From Kansas Abortion Vote

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