Which Races will be on the Radar in Determining the outcome of the Midterms?
There has been some research, and these races are set to be prime-time television in order to determine control of the chambers...
Outside of the troublesome presidency of President Biden, the talk of the country has been the upcoming midterm elections in November. The original consensus was that there would be a massive “Red Wave” which would see Democrats losing out big time on seats throughout the House of Representatives as well as the Senate. However, the story has changed with new polling showing Democrats aren’t trailing by the massive margins seen earlier this year.
"Three months ago, it looked like a category five hurricane was heading for President Biden and House Democrats. Today, not only has it weakened to a tropical depression, but GOP primaries have thrown Democrats enough sandbags to give them a plausible, if still unlikely, scenario to stave off a Republican majority.”
Dave Wasserman, a Cook Political Reporter, said.
There has been some research, and these races are set to be prime-time television in order to determine control of the chambers:
California-22: David Valadao (R) vs. Rudy Salas (D)
Colorado-08: Caraveo (D) vs. Kirkmeyer (R)
Maine-02: Jared Golden (D) vs. Poliquin (R)
Michigan-07: Elissa Slotkin (D) vs. Barrett (R)
New Hampshire-01: Chris Pappas (D) vs. yet-to-be-chosen Republican
New Jersey-07: Tom Malinowski (D) vs. Kean (R)
New Mexico-02: Yvette Herrell (R) vs. Vasquez (D)
Nevada-01: Dina Titus (D) vs. Robertson (R)
Ohio-01: Steve Chabot (R) vs. Landsman (D)
Texas-28: Henry Cuellar (D) vs. Garcia (R)
Virginia-07: Abigail Spanberger (D) vs. Vega (R)