Partisans were preparing for the unexpected, though, two years after Donald Trump stunned the nation with his surprise win. As candidates, surrogates, outside groups and the two parties frantically worked to turn out their voters, strategists for each party agreed the outcome will be determined by the composition of an electorate that’s showing signs of being larger than normal for a midterm year.
The verdict could dramatically alter the second half of Trump’s first term. If they win at least one chamber, Democrats have pledged to stifle the president’s agenda and start investigations into his finances, administration, and Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election. Trump was set to spend Monday trying to protect the GOP’s Senate majority and boosting candidates for governor, with stops in Ohio, Indiana and Missouri. He’s nearing the end of a sprint to 11 rallies in eight states over six days that on Monday will also include a “telephone town hall” for voters in key districts and states.
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