Former VP Pence visits South Carolina, says overturning Roe would be a 'fresh start on life'
Former Vice President Mike Pence speaks to reporters before the Carolina Pregnancy Center s annual gala in Spartanburg, South Carolina on May 5, 2022. - Joseph Bustos/The State/Joseph Bustos

SPARTANBURG, S.C. — While touting his anti-abortion credentials, former Vice President Mike Pence said the country could see a "fresh start" if the Supreme Court follows through on a leaked draft opinion and overturns Roe v. Wade. But Pence, a 2024 potential presidential candidate, added that he's not thinking about the political implications of such a court decision ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. "Having been involved in the cause of the right-to-life for all of my adult life, politics is the least of my concerns, that we have a historic opportunity to restore the sanctity of life to th...