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In this economy? genxlib Jun 2022 #1
Yeah, well ..... LenaBaby61 Jun 2022 #7
People care more about spending an extra $40 a week on gas than they care about bodily autonomy. LonePirate Jun 2022 #13
this must be your opinion because i don't see ANY FACTS in your message text. Trueblue1968 Jun 2022 #32
See the post I was responding to above. LonePirate Jun 2022 #34
+1 Claustrum Jun 2022 #14
Also knowing how many of my friends / neighbors watch Fox... Initech Jun 2022 #25
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one suspects people most affected are the least likely to vote nt msongs Jun 2022 #3
If we GOTV n/t AntiFascist Jun 2022 #4
THIS 👆🏻👆🏻👆🏻 LenaBaby61 Jun 2022 #5
I hope so, but I'm certainly not certain...nt Wounded Bear Jun 2022 #6
I doubt it very much. WhiskeyGrinder Jun 2022 #8
Maybe but we need to make it happen by GOTV. Elessar Zappa Jun 2022 #9
If you had ForgedCrank Jun 2022 #10
I am very interested to see if the governor race in TX would shift into the democrat direction Claustrum Jun 2022 #15
I went with the "Maybe" option for a number of reasons. Jedi Guy Jun 2022 #11
More than enough shit has happened that we could have easily capitalized on ecstatic Jun 2022 #12
No. It's the economy stupid Azathoth Jun 2022 #16
With the exception of inflation, isn't the economy actually pretty good? ColinC Jun 2022 #17
Pretty much. It's certainly not the same situation as when Carville coined his phrase in 1992 Gidney N Cloyd Jun 2022 #26
The three parts that people care about suck though Polybius Jun 2022 #35
This,1000% NewsCenter28 Jun 2022 #18
Fear you're 110% correct liberalmediaaddict Jun 2022 #29
Maybe leaning towards Yes electric_blue68 Jun 2022 #19
I have little confident that this will be the issue that tip voters to our side In It to Win It Jun 2022 #20
We need to make sure we focus hard on abortion rights and voting rights. gulliver Jun 2022 #21
I think it will help more than hurt and could mean the difference in a few close races nt Quixote1818 Jun 2022 #22
it narrows the "enthusiasm gap" at least pstokely Jun 2022 #23
Depends on women Demovictory9 Jun 2022 #24
It's one of multiple things. GoCubsGo Jun 2022 #27
Who knows anymore liberalmediaaddict Jun 2022 #28
Probably not LeftInTX Jun 2022 #30
Rutgers-Eagleton Center for American Women & Politics (45% of women voted paternalistic since 1974). TheBlackAdder Jun 2022 #31
My guess is that high gas and food prices will trump women's rights. Kaleva Jun 2022 #33
It will if the party takes advantage of the burst of energy that is going on now. lees1975 Jun 2022 #36
Maybe.. that and other issues.. I HOPE Cha Jun 2022 #37
If Democrats explain to voters exactly how to remedy this mess, ecstatic Jun 2022 #38
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