State of Texas: ‘You’ve got to vote’ – Abortion rights promise could boost turnout in key Texas races | STATE OF TEXAS
By: Will DuPree, Monica Madden, Chantel Barnes, Dalton Huey, Jala Washington, Tom Miller, Josh Hinkle, John Thomas
Amy O’Donnell, the communications director at the Texas Alliance for Life, said she anticipates Biden’s announcement may actually fire up anti-abortion voters across the state and potentially make them turn out in much higher numbers.
“There are some major issues going on in our country right now that [voters are] considering key issues that are going to determine how they vote, and Republicans are the ones who are voicing opinions on those key issues that matter right now to people in a way that’s causing them to lean Republican and including swing voters,” O’Donnell said. “It’s just showing even further how out of step Biden is, and so many of the Democrats are, when they just keep trying to make abortion the main thing that they’re running on.”