Anti-abortion groups struggle to find footing after midterm election setbacks

Midterm election setbacks for the anti-abortion movement are driving advocacy groups to reevaluate how they engage with voters and advance goals in the post-Roe v. Wade era.

Anti-abortion groups acknowledged they are struggling to figure out how to approach ballot initiatives in elections after measures in California
, Michigan, Vermont, Kentucky, and Montana fared well in protecting abortion rights. They took special note of the financial challenges they faced.


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“I wish that we could move away from ballot initiatives. I don’t think they’re gonna serve us well. They’re very expensive and very confusing, but I think that they’re here to stay,” said Jeanne Mancini, president of March for Life. “So we’ve got to kind of rethink our approach or strategy.”

Mancini emphasized that anti-abortion groups were greatly outspent by their
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