"… one of the women who was on the bus said I got straight off the bus and got in my truck and went and took a friend to vote." https://t.co/E48ujbLvkm
— Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) October 21, 2018
NEW WSJ/NBC poll finds enthusiasm is up among core Democrats.
Share of voters showing a high level of interest in the election:
Blacks 68%, up from 57% in Jan-Sept.
Latinos: 71%, up from 47%
Young people: 51%, up from 35%
https://t.co/gjCw8wLLY5 via @WSJ
— Janet Hook (@hookjan) October 21, 2018
Ignore the noise of hour-to-hour news. The factors that will determine who controls the House in 2019:
1) Trump's consistently low approval
2) gerrymandering (a handicap for D's)
3) voter turnout and mobilization
#3 is up to you.https://t.co/8YSeXnJ4ch
— Sam Wang (@SamWangPhD) October 20, 2018
Being able to vote but choosing not to is immoral in 2018.
“Whether Democrats turn out broadly could make the difference between a fairly close fight for control of the House and sweeping Democratic gains of 40 or more seats.”
— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) October 20, 2018
The toxic Republican culture of cronyism, incompetence and corruption grows more and more brazen and destructive. The lies are skyrocketing. And the wave of fear they're stoking is intensifying.
The answer to all of this is you – your voice, your vote. 16 days out. -NP
— Nancy Pelosi (@TeamPelosi) October 21, 2018
This is your periodic reminder. There will be discouraging news, infighting, candidate gaffes, and, from Trump and the GOP, lies and scare tactics galore. Remember to keep your eyes on the prize. Vote and do whatever you can to help others do so as well. https://t.co/DkappJrpkr
— Lawrence Glickman (@LarryGlickman) October 21, 2018
To the apolitical people who voted for Trump just out of morbid curiosity to see what would happen: Now you know. Wouldn't it be fun to switch it up and see what would happen if Democrats had subpoena power over him?
— Schooley (@Rschooley) October 21, 2018
Republicans definitely have a chance to hold the House. But the data does not show that their position has improved; it's probably gotten a pinch worse. https://t.co/y2pcec33jo https://t.co/mnGlDG0RrJ
— Nate Silver (@NateSilver538) October 21, 2018
Dems are in stronger shape today to win the House than they have been since August, when @FiveThirtyEight first started its forecast.
But yes, let's keep organizing and voting like our lives depended on it…it does!
Ignore the WaPo clickbait rubbish.
— Russell Drew (@RussOnPolitics) October 21, 2018