In U.S. Senate battles, Democrats see votes in women's health

File photo of U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen speaking at a campaign stop to receive the endorsement of the NARAL Pro-Choice New Hampshire PAC in ManchesterBy Scott Malone and Colleen Jenkins MANCHESTER N.H./WINSTON-SALEM N.C. (Reuters) – U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen walked into a roomful of largely Democratic New Hampshire women voters with a simple pitch: She would be more focused on their issues than her challenger, Scott Brown, the former Republican U.S. senator for Massachusetts. “We need to make sure that women and families understand what the choice here is because this is a close race,” Shaheen told supporters after collecting the endorsement of the state chapter of abortion rights activist group NARAL. …

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