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Full court press for Tuesday’s midterm elections

WASHINGTON (NEXTER) — Powerful hitters from both parties are on their way as the midterm elections approach. race.

Early signs are Republicans poised to take back the U.S. House of Representatives, pushing Democratic leaders to full courtroom press to motivate voters to get on the ballot.

Biden, First Lady Jill Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and Obama warn voters about Republicans refusing to accept the 2020 election results, calling them too extreme to be trusted.

“We are facing a defining moment,” the president said.

In Arizona, where Republican gubernatorial candidates have refused to say whether they will accept Tuesday’s election results, Obama delivered a message meant to unite liberal voters and woo independents to the side of Democrats.

“The only way to keep our democracy alive is if we nurture it together and invest in it,” he said.

Republicans are also sending their celebrities into close competition. Trump is heading to Iowa on Thursday, Vice President Mike Pence to Michigan on Friday, and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy of Republican California to Texas.

“There are so many places to see,” McCarthy told Fox News.

He and former Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway say voters fed up with high inflation will run a deficit.

“We will do better among the working-class men and women, the men and women without college education, who have been hit hard by this economy,” Conway said. We intend to do better in places and spaces that amaze us.”

Republicans already seem to be looking forward to the 2024 presidential election.

https://www.wkrg.com/washington-dc/full-court-press-in-lead-up-to-tuesdays-midterms/ Full court press for Tuesday’s midterm elections

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