Who needs us now (Today’s 6-click action)

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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More to know

Delgado has narrow lead over Faso in poll: Margin grows if ‘Blue Wave’ materializes

Time for a change in Maine’s Second District: Jared Golden for Congress

“If #TheResistance Is Going to Mean Anything, It Has to Include Folks Like Amy McGrath”

“Registered nurse Lauren Underwood wants to become the first black woman to represent her district” (watch the video)

Andy Kim Is A South Jersey Boy. The GOP Calls Him ‘Not One Of Us.’

Ballotpedia is an important source for updates on the 2018 Midterms.

#3moredays #vote #bluewave #midterms2018

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