Why is that? Are all the people who wanted Roe overturned going to stop voting when it is overturned? Are they going to be many nonvoters who are pissed off enough to start voting? Are any Republican voters going to switch parties? I am skeptical any of these are going to happen when Roe goes down (which is looking very likely to me).
Now as far as strategy goes, I’m in the minority here (@Trog who convinced me and I assume a few others but not many) who advocate for progressive politicians to compromise towards a typical Scandinavian law. Abortion in first trimester is unrestricted, but third trimester is quite restricted. I don’t know if progressives realize how many voters we are losing by advocating for no restrictions whatsoever. I hear people complain about this all the time and for sure we’d pick up a share of the abortion centrists if we softened our stance. Think about what that means if doing so meant we could get Medicare for all, a green new deal, free public college, and a sane foreign policy we’d only have a chance getting with a progressive administration. I don’t think that many women are suffering back alley abortions in Scandinavia.