It’s too early to predict just how much the demise of Roe v. Wade might affect the midterm elections in Florida, but the state's political leaders are offering clues in their messaging.
For Democrats, the imminent roll-back of reproductive rights serves as a call to action. House Minority Policy Chair Representative Fentrice Driskell said during a recent press conference that election stakes are now higher in Florida.
“Our state elections have even greater consequence now, and I think it’s important for the public, just like on any other issue, constituents should make their voices heard and let their elected officials know what they think.”
If the Court’s draft opinion becomes a final rulin...