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Kansas abortion vote shows limits of Republicans' strength

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Abortion rights supporters cheer Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2022, in Overland Park, Kansas, as the proposed Kansas constitutional amendment removing the right to an abortion fails. (Tammy Ljungblad/Kansas City Star/Tribune News Service via Getty Images) TOPEKA, Kan. - An increase in turnout among Democrats and independents and a notable shift in Republican-leaning counties contributed to the overwhelming support of abortion rights last week in traditionally conservative Kansas, according to a detailed Associated Press analysis of the voting results.A proposed state constitutional amendment would have allowed the Republican-controlled Legislature to tighten restrictions or ban abortions outright.

But Kansas voters rejected the measure by nearly 20 percentage points, almost a mirror of Republican Donald Trump's statewide margin over Democrat Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election.RELATED: Kansas voters overwhelmingly reject abortion amendment banIn the aftermath of the U.S.

Supreme Court's decision to repeal a woman's constitutional right to an abortion, the threat of new restrictions in the state galvanized Democrats and independents more than anticipated.

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