Where the Midterms Mattered Most for Abortion Access

This article will be updated to include final results and other developments.

The first election to put abortion rights to the test after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade appears unlikely to reshape the map of abortion access — at least not overnight. Voters in much of the country reinforced the status quo, choosing candidates who are likely to either maintain existing protections or restrictions in their states, or deepen them.

States that protect abortion access

States that restrict abortion access

Results pending in races affecting abortion




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