WASHINGTON — As thousands of high school and college students came to the nation’s capital to participate in the 51st annual March for Life, young people are calling on Republicans to be more active in addressing abortion going into the 2024 elections.
Young people from across the country weathered the cold and snow to march from the National Mall to the Capitol on Friday, calling on elected officials to change abortion policies to encourage women to bring their unborn babies to term.
Heading into the 2024 presidential election year, Joseph Yanta, an 18-year-old from Atlanta, believes many Republicans are not doing enough to message properly on abortion — and that Democrats will be able to fill that vacuum to take control of the issue.
“They barely even acknowledge it. A lot of leaders, especially in my state, don’t even go to these