Trump plans 11 rallies in final days of midterm campaign

Randal Sanchez
October 31, 2018

The locations of Trump's rallies are a sign that Republicans are trying to motivate conservative voters to go to the polls to support GOP gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis and U.S. Senate candidate Rick Scott in the November 6 elections.

They indicate a Republican Party, swamped by cash-flush Democratic candidates and outside groups, still losing support among women and suburban voters ahead of the midterms and struggling to bring home voters that helped put the GOP in control of the House for most of the last quarter-century.

Over the last 50 years, the Democrats have only scored a net gain of that size twice, once in 1974 and in 2006.

"It will be a sprint to the finish of the midterms for President Trump who is campaigning hard for GOP House and Senate campaigns across the map", Michael Glassner, the chief operating officer of Trump's reelection effort, said in a statement.

Mills is competing against independent state Treasurer Terry Hayes and Republican businessman Shawn Moody, whose campaign adviser called Caron a "longtime Democratic Party activist and commentator".

This is enough to take 225 seats and claim a narrow majority in the House.

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"You need a wave where all the toss-ups essentially go one direction and then Democrats need to pick up two more seats to get a majority".

"I don't think the math adds up for a change".

She is among 10 Senate Democrats up for re-election this year in states where Trump won, and is considered among the most vulnerable incumbents.

Currently, Republicans control two-thirds of the legislatures across the country.

Harris and Newsom will later rally in Costa Mesa for Democrat candidate and former Republican Harley Rouda, running in the 48thcongressional district to knock off 11-term Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher.

Some of these seats are in key swing states such as Florida and Pennsylvania.

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