Three more days, and here’s the latest:
- The good news: if there’s a strong Democrat turnout on Tuesday, we’ll win the House 238 to 197 and the Senate will be 50/50.
- The urgent news: in some critical battleground races, Democratic candidates are losing ground – and in some places, are even in danger of losing their incumbency.
We updated this spreadsheet of the “toss-up” races, along with the link to each candidate’s website and a link to donate. In some of these races, the Republican candidate is ahead by a margin of less than 0.5%. Click the images below to send some green their way, or tweet/share your support.
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