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Electores en Ohio rechazaron la propuesta que haria mas dificil proteger los derechos sobre el aborto

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Voters in Ohio reject GOP-backed proposal that would have made it tougher to protect abortion rights
BY JULIE CARR SMYTH AND SAMANTHA HENDRICKSON
Updated 9:26 AM EDT, August 9, 2023

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio voters resoundingly rejected a Republican-backed measure that would have made it more difficult to change the state’s constitution, setting up a fall campaign that will become the nation’s latest referendum on abortion rights since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned nationwide protections last year.

The defeat of Issue 1 on Tuesday keeps in place a simple majority threshold for passing future constitutional amendments, rather than the 60% supermajority that was proposed. Its supporters said the higher bar would protect the state’s foundational document from outside interest groups.

Voter opposition to the proposal was widespread, even spreading into traditionally Republican territory. In fact, in early returns, support for the measure fell far short of former President Donald Trump’s performance during the 2020 election in nearly every county.

Dennis Willard, a spokesperson for the opposition campaign One Person One Vote, called Issue 1 a “deceptive power grab” that was intended to diminish the influence of the state’s voters.

People celebrate the defeat of Issue 1 during a watch party Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2023, in Columbus, Ohio. Ohio voters have resoundingly rejected a Republican-backed measure that would have made it more difficult to pass abortion protections. (AP Photo/Jay LaPrete)
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An attendee uses a sign to shield the sun during a "rosary rally" on Sunday, Aug. 6, 2023, in Norwood, Ohio. A national religious organization, Catholics for Catholics, gathered a lineup of anti-abortion influencers and conspiracy theorists from across the U.S. to speak at the rally to urge a “yes” vote on a ballot question in Ohio, known as Issue 1. If voters approve Issue 1, it would make it more difficult for an abortion rights amendment on the November ballot to succeed. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
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A sign urging voters to vote “no” on Issue 1 in Ohio’s Aug. 8 special election stands planted in the grass on the outskirts of a parking lot in front of the Franklin County Board of Elections in Columbus, Ohio on Thursday, Aug. 3, 2023. Ohioans are voting on whether to make it harder to amend the state’s constitution – a decision that could impact another upcoming November vote on abortion rights in the state. (AP Photo/Samantha Hendrickson)
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“Tonight is a major victory for democracy in Ohio,” Willard told a jubilant crowd at the opposition campaign’s watch party. “The majority still rules in Ohio.”

President Joe Biden hailed Tuesday’s result, releasing a statement saying: “This measure was a blatant attempt to weaken voters’ voices and further erode the freedom of women to make their own health care decisions. Ohioans spoke loud and clear, and tonight democracy won.”

A major national group that opposes abortion rights, Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America, called the result “a sad day for Ohio” while criticizing the outside money that helped the opposition — even though both sides relied on national groups and individuals in their campaigns.

Republican lawmakers who had pushed the measure — and put it before voters during the height of summer vacation season — explained away the defeat as a result of too little time to adequately explain its virtues to voters. A main backer, Republican Senate President Matt Huffman, predicted lawmakers would try again, though probably not as soon as next year.

“Obviously, there are a lot of folks that did not want this to happen — not just because of the November issues, but for all of the other ones that are coming,” he said, expressing disappointment that Republicans didn’t stick together. In a statement, Republican House Speaker Jason Stephens advised supporters to move past Tuesday’s results to focus on trying to defeat the abortion rights measure: “The people of Ohio have spoken.”

While abortion was not directly on the special election ballot, the result marks the latest setback for Republicans in a conservative-leaning state who favor imposing tough restrictions on the procedure. Ohio Republicans placed the question on the summer ballot in hopes of undercutting the citizen initiative that voters will decide in November that seeks to enshrine abortion rights in the state.

Other states where voters have considered abortion rights since last year’s Supreme Court ruling have protected them, including in red states such as Kansas and Kentucky.

Ohio voters have resoundingly rejected a Republican-backed measure that would have made it more difficult to pass abortion protections. (Aug. 9)

Dr. Marcela Azevedo, one of the leaders of a coalition advancing the fall abortion question, said Tuesday that Issue 1’s defeat should allow the measure to pass in November.

Interest in Tuesday’s special election was intense, even after Republicans ignored their own law that took effect earlier this year to place the question before voters in August. Voters cast nearly 700,000 early in-person and mail ballots ahead of Tuesday’s final day of voting, more than double the number of advance votes in a typical primary election. Early turnout was especially heavy in the Democratic-leaning counties surrounding Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati.

One Person One Vote represented a broad, bipartisan coalition of voting rights, labor, faith and community groups. The group also had as allies four living ex-governors of the state and five former state attorneys general of both parties, who called the proposed change bad public policy.

In place since 1912, the simple majority standard is a much more surmountable hurdle for Ohioans for Reproductive Rights, the group advancing November’s abortion rights amendment. It would establish “a fundamental right to reproductive freedom” with “reasonable limits.”

Voters in several states have approved ballot questions protecting access to abortion since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, but typically have done so with less than 60% of the vote. AP VoteCast polling last year found that 59% of Ohio voters say abortion should generally be legal.

Eric Chon, a Columbus resident who voted against the measure, said there was a clear anti-abortion agenda to the election. Noting that the GOP voted just last year to get rid of August elections entirely due to low turnout for hyperlocal issues, Chon said, “Every time something doesn’t go their way, they change the rules.”

The election result came in the very type of August special election that Republican Secretary of State Frank LaRose, a candidate for U.S. Senate, had previously testified against as undemocratic because of historically low turnout. Republican lawmakers just last year had voted to mostly eliminate such elections, a law they ignored for this year’s election.

Al Daum, of Hilliard, just west of Columbus, said he didn’t feel the rules were being changed to undermine the power of his vote and said he was in favor of the special election measure. Along with increasing the threshold to 60%, it would mandate that any signatures for a constitutional amendment be gathered from all of Ohio’s 88 counties, not just 44.

It’s a change that Daum said would give more Ohio residents a chance to make their voices heard.

Voters’ rejection of the proposal marked a rare rebuke for Ohio Republicans, who have held power across every branch of state government for 12 years. GOP lawmakers had cited possible future amendments related to gun control, minimum wage increases and more as reasons a higher threshold should be required.

Protect Ohio Women, the campaign working to defeat the fall abortion rights amendment, vowed to continue fighting into the fall.

FILE - A sign asking Ohioans to vote in support of Issue 1 sits above another sign advocating against abortion rights at an event hosted by Created Equal on July 20, 2023, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Turnout is robust and misinformation rampant as Ohio concludes a hastily called and highly charged special election Tuesday, a contest that could determine the fate of abortion rights in the state and fuel political playbooks nationally heading into 2024. (AP Photo/Patrick Orsagos, File)
A sign asking Ohioans to vote in support of Issue 1 sits above another sign advocating against abortion rights at an event hosted by Created Equal on July 20, 2023, in Cincinnati, Ohio. (AP Photo/Patrick Orsagos, File)

“Our pro-life, pro-parent coalition is more motivated than ever,” the group said in a statement.
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La mayoria de las personas en Ohio rechazaron la propuesta de cambiar la constitucion del estado, lo que hubiera hecho mas dificil proteger el derecho al aborto.

La mayoria de las personas de Ohio rechazaban la medida, incluyendo una buena proporcion de republicanos que no estaban de acuerdo con la propuesta.
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Este es un tema de otro Foro, guardaron a Lander en el Frezzer y utilizan a esta otro.

También traerá temas gays? :mrgreen:
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"abortion rights" :?

Los dem-regre-zurdos y sus quijotescas consignas. :roll:

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Electores en Ohio rechazaron la propuesta que haria mas dificil proteger los derechos sobre el aborto
déjame ver si entendí, es decir que en ohio existen derechos sobre el aborto y los electores ohianeses están de acuerdo con estos derechos.

¿es asi?

es que esas forma de expresarse en noticieros gringos es confusa. :lol:
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Es posible que ese titular sea de la misma fuente que aseguraba que el un día de Julio era hoy :mrgreen:
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si la mayoría de los electores en ohio están de acuerdo con los derechos sobre el aborto, ¿qué sentido tienen lanzar consultas sobre propuestas que supriman estos derechos?

eso es mas o menos como si yo siendo cirujano te pregunte si quieres un transplante de corazón y tu me digas que no, porque tu corazón está bien y yo te responda "pero siempre podría estar mejor" :lol:
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gines a escribió: Mié Ago 09, 2023 12:19 pm La mayoria de las personas en Ohio rechazaron la propuesta de cambiar la constitucion del estado, lo que hubiera hecho mas dificil proteger el derecho al aborto.

La mayoria de las personas de Ohio rechazaban la medida, incluyendo una buena proporcion de republicanos que no estaban de acuerdo con la propuesta.
"proteger el derecho al aborto"

¡Que nivel de disparate! :o
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si la mayoría de los electores en ohio están de acuerdo con los derechos sobre el aborto, ¿qué sentido tienen lanzar consultas sobre propuestas que supriman estos derechos?
Hubo una propuesta llamada issue 1, por politicos republicanos que querian eliminar el derecho al aborto consagrado en la constitucion del estado de Ohio, y esta propuesta fue rechazada electoralmente.

No, no tiene sentido, pero siempre existe gente que aun siendo minoria tiene influencia suficiente para meter este tipo de propuestas en elecciones, a ver si cuela.
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¿minorías como la del lobby de las letricas? :mrgreen:

:lol: :lol: :lol:
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¿minorías como la del lobby de las letricas
Y las feminatzi que pretenden llamarse feminsistas progresistas
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Las minorías de la secta de gines.

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gines a escribió: Jue Ago 10, 2023 7:35 am
si la mayoría de los electores en ohio están de acuerdo con los derechos sobre el aborto, ¿qué sentido tienen lanzar consultas sobre propuestas que supriman estos derechos?
Hubo una propuesta llamada issue 1, por politicos republicanos que querian eliminar el derecho al aborto consagrado en la constitucion del estado de Ohio, y esta propuesta fue rechazada electoralmente.

No, no tiene sentido, pero siempre existe gente que aun siendo minoria tiene influencia suficiente para meter este tipo de propuestas en elecciones, a ver si cuela.
vale, ya entendí.

y estoy de acuerdo con lo último que escribiste, cualquiera (con o sin influencia) puede reunir firmas para proponer nuevas leyes o derogar leyes vigentes, que luego deben ser votadas por el electorado en general.
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