Midterm elections are right around the corner. While Democrats currently hold control over the Senate and the House, many seats will be available for election. As a result, voter turnout will be more critical than ever, especially regarding the topic of women’s reproductive health.
Since the overturn of Roe v. Wade, many conservative states have already implemented restrictions on reproductive health. Demonstrators at the Women’s March earlier this year noted the November election as “Roevember,” an abortion referendum.
Many activists are taking to social media and organizing rallies encouraging voters of all ages to head to the polls on Nov. 8.