Yesterday Kansas voters said it loud and clear: Women are people, too, and their right to abortion shall not be infringed!
By a decisive margin yesterday, Kansas voters rejected a measure that would have changed their state’s constitution to say it does not guarantee the right to abortion. Late last night the vote count was approximately 59-41 percent.
Kansas is considered a red state and Republicans have dominated there since statehood in 1861.
This was the first popular vote since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June, and hopefully it signals how the nation will vote in November.
Way to go, Kansas!