On this edition of Your Call, we’ll discuss key House and Senate races.
Democrats are hoping to win back control of the House of Representatives next week, but they need to flip at least 23 seats and keep the 193 seats they currently hold. Most competitive races are in Republican districts. In the Senate, only 13 seats are considered competitive, and 10 of those are in states Donald Trump carried. Which races will determine control of the legislature, and where do candidates stand on crucial issues?
Dave Levinthal, federal politics editor and senior reporter at The Center for Public Integrity
Ella Nilson, reporter for Vox covering Congress and the Democrats, and author of the daily Vox Sentences newsletter