Joe O’Dea, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in Colorado, has a more moderate stance on abortion than many others in his party.
O’Dea opposes “late-term” abortions — a term he has refused to fully define — as well as Colorado’s new law codifying abortion access in the state with very few exceptions. But he believes the procedure should be allowed early on in a pregnancy and that people who are the victims of rape or incest and mothers whose lives are at risk should be able to access an abortion at any time.
“I don’t support a total ban,” O’Dea said at a debate earlier this year. “The country is not 100% pro-life. The country is not 100% pro-choice.”
Still, Democrats see O’Dea’s stance on abortion as an area of weakness heading into the November…
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