Politically Georgia: Democrats hope the Kansas abortion vote is a game changer

Calley Malloy, left, of Shawnee, Kan.; Cassie Woolworth, of Olathe, Kan.; and Dawn Rattan, right, of Shawnee, Kan., applaud during a primary watch party Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2022, in Overland Park, Kan. Kansas voters rejected a ballot measure in a conservative state with deep ties to the anti-abortion movement that would have allowed the Republican-controlled Legislature to tighten restrictions or ban abortion outright.(Tammy Ljungblad AP)/The Kansas City Star via AP)

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Calley Malloy, left, of Shawnee, Kan.; Cassie Woolworth, of Olathe, Kan.; and Dawn Rattan, right, of Shawnee, Kan., applaud during a primary watch party Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2022, in Overland Park, Kan. Kansas voters rejected a ballot measure in a conservative state with deep ties to the anti-abortion movement that would have allowed the Republican-controlled Legislature to tighten restrictions or ban abortion outright.(Tammy Ljungblad AP)/The Kansas City Star via AP)

Is the overwhelming vote to protect abortion rights in reliably conservative Kansas a sign of good things to come for Georgia Democrats?

The AJC’s Greg Bluestein and Tamar Hallerman discuss the fallout of the vote and hear Gov. Brian Kemp’s reaction to Democratic state leaders attempting to lure businesses and investment from the state because of GOP anti-abortion and pro-gun policies.

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