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How might the Ginsburg death affect the Senate race in Mississippi

It remains to be seen if that fight will allow Espy to win a Senate race in Mississippi. After Ginsburg’s death and shortly after the release of a poll that showed Espy within one point of Republican U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde Smith, attention has been drawn to a race in Mississippi that had been largely overlooked by national and state media. The poll was done by the Tyson Group in August, just before Ginsburg’s death. In the four days following Ginsburg’s passing, Espy raised more than $1,000,000 in campaign donations. This is a record for Espy’s campaign and enough to make him at least financially comparable with Hyde Smith ahead of November 3. Democrats and others believed that Trump shouldn’t be allowed to nominate a justice before voters decide on the matter days later. Also, that the Republican Senate should not confirm Ginsburg’s replacement until January when a new Senate term starts. Democrats are enthused by the death of Ginsburg, the most well-known Supreme Court justice, and the question of filling vacancies on federal courts. In past elections, the Republicans were the main focus of this issue’s passion. Although it could be argued that this passion could help Democrats in Senate races across the country, the impact on Mississippi is still unclear. Nathan Shrader is the chair of the Department of Government and Politics of Millsaps College. Cindy Hyde Smith could be benefited by this in Mississippi, I believe. It’s another chance for her to say that a vote she casts is a vote fro Donald Trump.” According to polling, Mississippians are likely to support Trump’s nominee who would overturn Supreme Court decisions that made abortion legal across the country. Many Mississippians may not be as enthralled with Trump’s nominee. He could, in the middle the COVID-19 pandemic, help to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (or “Obamacare”), which provides health insurance coverage for about 100,000 Mississippians and protects pre-existing conditions for about 600,000. A Trump-appointed new justice could serve on Nov. 10, when Trump’s administration argues that the ACA should be repealed. It is likely that the new nominee will support Trump’s plan to repeal the health care law. Hyde-Smith supports the repeal of the ACA. Trump and Hyde Smith both stated they support the protection of people with preexisting conditions. However, they haven’t yet offered a plan that would ensure insurance companies cover people with these conditions. They have not yet offered a viable plan that would provide coverage for the tens to thousands of Mississippians who have ACA coverage. Espy has already stated that he would like to make the election about health care. Espy stated that health care is his number one priority. Espy stated that this issue is the No. It is the No. “It is the No. Espy has the resources to make this argument. Pew Research Center’s 2014 poll on abortion found that 59% support making abortion illegal in all/most cases, and 36% favor making it legal for all/most instances. The latest poll, conducted by Mississippi-based Chism Strategies for Millsaps College in April 2019, found that 43% believed the decision to abort should be left upto the woman and her doctor. Mississippians are also strongly concerned about their health care. A Chism/Millsaps poll released January showed that 70% of Mississippians are concerned about their ability to afford health care. Many Mississippians are worried about their health care affordability and could make a case for the end of the ACA. Each side can argue about whether a Trump appointee is good or bad for Mississippians. The most important factor in November’s election for the U.S. Senate Seat in Mississippi could come down to voters’ concerns about abortion or health care in general.