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Virginia election previews abortion messaging ahead of 2024

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Virginia could be a bellwether for abortion measures ahead of the 2024 election cycle as voters head to the polls Tuesday. “Seeing what happens tomorrow could really play a role in what happens nationally in 2024 because if Republicans do flip the state Senate in Virginia tomorrow, they will have a trifecta for the first time in a decade,” said NBC News Correspondent Gary Grumbach.