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For decades, the pro-life cause and opposition to Roe v. Wade specifically have been a major factor in motivating evangelical voters—one of the most significant voting blocks in American politics—to head to the polls on Election Day. But on the heels of last summer’s Dobbs victory, social conservatives are confidently expanding the battlefield to additional pressing and long-existing political challenges. Though the fight to uphold the sanctity of life is far from over, the emerging political priorities of the Republican Party are helping to ensure that this critical part of the Republican voting base remains engaged and committed to advancing the GOP platform.
In nearly every presidential election since Roe was decided in 1973, national political aspirants have won and retained the support of American evangelicals by vowing to support judges who would uphold the constitutional right to life, as well as other …
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