Meanwhile, in Arizona

The terrible sand people of the terrible sand kingdom of Arizonastan.

Arizona Republican Senate candidate Blake Masters scrubbed his website’s policy page of his gruesome abortion policy statements, you know like “I am 100% pro-life” and his support for “a federal personhood law (ideally a Constitutional amendment) that recognizes that unborn babies are human beings that may not be killed.”


Sen. Mark Kelly says that Masters’s views on abortion are extremist (which is, you know, accurate), and out of the mainstream and as The Skirts are not taking this BS at all.

Our Pals over at Electoral-Vote have a piece up on women voter regististration, and it looks significant:

The duo examined 10 states in all; here are the numbers they came up with, comparing the percentage of new registrants who are women before and after Dobbs:

Candidate ♀ Before ♀ After Shift
Kansas 49% 65% +15.9 pts.
Ohio 47% 54% +6.4
Pennsylvania 49% 56% +6.2
Idaho 49% 55% +5.5
Oklahoma 48% 51% +3.2
Alabama 49% 52% +2.9
Maine 51% 53% +2.3
Florida 50% 52% +2.3
North Carolina 51% 52% +0.8
New Mexico 46% 47% +0.5

If we were a Republican operative or, say, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), we would find these numbers pretty distressing…

  • Women’s registration is up everywhere.
  • Per the article, in those states where registration is by party, the new women registrants are breaking 55% Democratic, 44% Republican.
  • Clearly, direct attacks on abortion rights increase the number of women registrants. Surely Democrats were already planning to get abortion initiatives on the ballot whenever and wherever possible; this just affirms that strategy.

So we  find White Nationalist Blake Masters frantic repositioning to be kinda desperate and kinda funny; he seems to be unaware that the internet is searchable.

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4 Responses to Meanwhile, in Arizona

  1. Kelly needs to run ads “Blake Masters, then…and now.” remind people that he played extremist in the primaries and now trying to play moderate in the general

    “Which Blake Masters do you trust?”

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  2. Jimmy T says:

    Good to see there will be consequences for the Courts betrayal of a long established women’s right. Dems, with a few exceptions, support a woman’s right to choose. It will be interesting to see how big the coming blue wave will be. That it could be in the tsunami range would be welcomed…

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  3. roket says:

    Not to worry. Blake Masters will come out as pro-abortion before you can say republican principles.

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  4. genelms says:

    If he wanted his past positions to disappear, he should have posted them on Truth Social.

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