For decades, abortion has been a strong election issue for Republicans. That may not be the case in 2024 as Democrats feel Americans are still angry about the overturning of Roe v. Wade. President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are putting the topic in the forefront as they gear up their campaign to stay in the White House. But how will the issue be on the minds of voters when they head to the polls come November? GOP pollster and President of Maslansky and Partners Lee Carter joins to discuss how much the abortion issue matters to independent voters, why Republicans must navigate the issue wisely if they want to come out with a win later this year, and what other issues are top of mind for Americans.

While many Americans are opposed to a rematch between the 2020 presidential candidates, the Biden campaign has been focused on making former President Trump the Republican challenger in 2024. Congressman Dean Phillips (D-MN) says it’s too soon for President Biden to be in general election mode and explains why he’s challenging the incumbent. Later, Democratic Strategist and Former 2020 Biden Campaign Surrogate Kevin Walling discusses Democrats’ strategy throughout the rest of the primary season and discusses which issues will be at the center of the Biden campaign’s messaging ahead of the general election in November.