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Democratic bid for post-Trump win in Omaha ensnared in abortion debate


However, his anti-abortion stance exposed the cultural divides within the Democratic Party over the decades-old issue.Newly-installed Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez planned to take the party’s multi-state unity tour last month to Omaha to rally for Mello. However, he skipped the event amid backlash from abortion rights groups like the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League.Perez later tried to correct the situation by saying, "Every Democrat, like every American, should support a woman's right to make her own choices," and called on Democrats to speak with "one voice."However, House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, an abortion rights supporter, insists that there is room in the party for abortion foes.

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