A victory for both Republicans and Democrats over state governors and a clear signal about the right to abortion:Election Day in the United States of AmericaExactly a year after the presidential election, I have provided reassuring signs Joe BidenEspecially since the majority of Americans want to preserve the right to terminate a pregnancy, which is one of the prominent issues for progressives and the president. Ohio is the seventh state to rule in its favor following the Supreme Court’s 2022 decision overturning Roe v. Wade in 1973 who established the right to abortion at the federal level. The percentage of yes votes reached 56%..
Biden celebrated the success in the evening with a message: “Tonight, Americans voted once again to protect their freedoms. Democracy won. The people of Ohio rejected the Republicans’ MAGA attempt (Donald Trump’s movement, Mr. Dr) to impose severe restrictions on the right to abortion.” The referendum on abortion represents a victory for the “pro-choice” movement by expanding the possibilities for voluntary termination of pregnancy. It will now be impossible for the state to interfere in citizens’ “reproductive decisions,” including matters of contraception and fertility treatments . The green light has also been given to legalize cannabis for recreational purposes.
Another positive signal also arrived at the White House during the night: V.I KentuckyDemocrat Andy Becher (also the choice of a convinced professional) was confirmed as governor. The Republican challenger was defeated Daniel Cameron Which instead supports the state’s restrictive abortion law that makes no exceptions even in cases of rape or incest. The Republican was also re-elected Tate ReevesGovernor Mississippi.
Philadelphia elected the first female mayor in its history: Cheryl Parker, 51 years old, African American, DemocratWho defeated her Republican challenger, David Oh. She was moved, thanked voters, and celebrated the victory at her campaign headquarters. He was born in 72 to one Single teenage motherwho died when she was only 11 years old, Parker She grew up with her grandparents, Navy veteran, disabled, and domestic worker. I graduated from Lincoln University in 1994 and worked for a while High school English teacher in Pleasantville, New Jersey. In the Pennsylvania House of Representatives from 2005 to 2015, she was elected to represent the 9th District on the Philadelphia City Council in 2015 and was re-elected in 2019, serving as Majority Leader from 2020 to 2022. In September 2022, she resigned from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives from 2005 to 2015. Pennsylvania from 2005 to 2015. City Council She announced her candidacy for mayor and last May 16 she won the Democratic Party primary.
The Democratic Party retained control of the Senate VirginiaHe ran with a narrow majority of 22 seats compared to 17 in the state Senate. But for Republicans, the election result represents a defeat for the Virginia governor’s political message Glen YoungkinWho personally spent a lot during the election campaign. Another small positive sign for Biden, after the disastrous polls the past few days indicated Behind Donald Trump. To get the latest Ssrs disclosure I posted CNNThe former president leads by 49% compared to 45% for the White House holder. For the current president, the bad news is that… 51% of the national sample says so Would never vote for him again v. a 48% Who will never vote for Trump. Among voters Under 35 years old, the 48% support Trump and 47% support Biden. Among independent voters 45% Vote for Trump and 41% Biden.
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