Currents News Staff
Leading up to the 2020 presidential election, the Democratic debate on October 15 will be the biggest primary debate ever.
Twelve candidates will take the stage at a crucial moment where Joe Biden is no longer the sole front-runner and Elizabeth Warren is already under fire as a top contender.
Bernie Sanders is still recovering from a heart attack.
While there are many issues sure to take center-stage — among them Trump, impeachment, health care, climate change and gun control — candidates at the debate are highly unlikely to express support for the lives of unborn children.
Abortion is a settled matter for all the Democrats who will be on stage, who support Roe v. Wade.
Wendi Enright, the New York State Coordinator of Democrats for Life, joins Currents News to discuss the moral and political conflict within the Democratic party’s support for abortion, and how Democratic Catholic voters can appeal to others in choosing life.