The elections this week in Chicago and Wisconsin have been completely different in some ways. One was for mayor, the opposite for a state Supreme Courtroom seat. One was in an overwhelmingly Democratic metropolis, the opposite in a intently divided swing state.

However there was at the least one problem — abortion — that was a part of each campaigns. And the outcomes of each elections had one thing in widespread: The extra liberal candidate received.

In Wisconsin, abortion dominated the race to fill a pivotal seat on the state Supreme Courtroom,…

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