Nobody knows where the Roe v. Wade decision will lead in American public life. Which "side" will be more energized, likely to vote, and the rest of it. But one thing is for sure: now in play is the role of law enforcement in wresting control of women's bodies from pregnant women themselves. The basic takeaway from the Supreme Court decision is that state officials know better than pregnant women themselves how to proceed with the governance of their own bodies.
Now state level voters and politicians they choose will make the call. In Arizona, this means a gaggle of nut jobs mixed in with normals will fight it out - probably much like they've parsed the winner of Biden v. Trump. The new wrinkle is a determination as to what "God wants". Call it the audacity of idolatry; that is, making claims to know and certify the unknowable, draw a conclusion therefrom and run it up the flagpole of righteous certainty.
This wouldn't matter so much if the iron fist of law enforcement wasn't the grand prize - the ultimate decider in the fraught circumstances that matter most to pregnant women. At bottom, power relationships backed by state sanctioned threat/force move front and center once again.