Walker moving further right for more votes
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Also in today’s edition of Swing State Georgia:
Stacey Abrams gets hung up by fake news.
Warnock again hits Walker over violent past.
Senate okays more time for Civil Rights cold cases.
Not long ago, Herschel Walker’s campaign was full of talk about bipartisanship and unity. His campaign tour is even dubbed the “Unite Georgia” bus tour.
But as he faces a lingering gap in support among some conservatives, the Republican Senate hopeful is racing to emphasize more hard-right positions.
In recent weeks, the former football star has endorsed a 15-week federal abortion ban (along with his opposition to all abortions), sharpened his opposition to Medicaid expansion and leveled new attacks against transgender student athletes who seek to compete in women sports.
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