President Obama will rally for Democrats in Florida this Friday

President Obama will rally for Democrats in Florida this Friday

President Obama will rally for Democrats in Florida this Friday

In addition, Trump attempted to cast the midterms as "the election of caravans, Kavanaugh, law and order and common sense" during a rally last week, a reference to a caravan of Honduran immigrants heading toward the USA border seeking asylum and Democratic opposition to Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, whom Trump successfully nominated.

If they won the House and Senate it would put them in a position to oppose the president's legislative agenda.

Until recently solidly Republican, the district has been trending Democratic in recent elections.

Nelson, a three-term U.S. Senator fighting for re-election against Gov. Rick Scott, will also join a slew of Democratic candidates for Friday's South Florida rally.

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

President Donald Trump will be hitting the campaign trail hard in the closing days of the midterm elections, holding 11 rallies before Monday.

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Doug Rivers, chief scientist at YouGov global polling, said: "The chances of the Democrats winning all of those seem to me pretty slim". Democrats must win at least 7 of the 28 US House seats in the "Toss-Up" category, with the largest concentrated bloc of four in Southern California.

"Everything suggests that we are a country that's on edge, and I think that's going to translate into participation", said Jefrey Pollock, a Democratic pollster. "That would be more shocking than Trump winning the 2016 election".

- It's officially a nine-figure campaign season in Minnesota, fueled by both parties' efforts to gain control of Congress.

Trump is trying to energize his most loyal supporters as polls show Democrats in position to take control of the House.

However impeachment requires a two-thirds majority in the Senate, so would require Republican votes even if the Democrats won every available seat in November. As of September 30, the House Republican Campaign Committee had raised $3.1 million compared to the House Democrats' $379,146. That's not to say Republicans are strapped for cash, but they aren't rolling in it like many Democratic candidates are.

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