Carly Fiorina had better hope that supporters who differ from her on the pro-choice question don't care enough about it not to vote for her.
A whopping 71 percent of California voters are pro-choice, according to a recent Field Poll, meaning that the fierce debate which still grips much of America is pretty much a settled question in the state that's moved on to marriage equality and marijuana decriminalization as wedge issues.
And in what may be some bad news for former Hewlett-Packard CEO and Republican senate candidate Carly Fiorina, who unlike a majority of her supporters is anti-choice.
In a statement to the San Francisco Chronicle, a Fiorina spokesperson said that the candidate's "views on this issue are a result of her personal life," and not a political calculation.
Naturally, among voters who indicated they would be voting for Democratic candidates in the November election, 80 percent supported a woman's right to choose.
Jackson West would rather not return to the stone age.