On the next Your Call, we’ll discuss key down ballot races.
Democrats need to keep the 46 seats they hold in the Senate and win five more to gain a majority. If voters elect Hillary Clinton, they only need to win four more seats since the Vice President is a tie breaker. In the House Republicans overwhelmingly dominate, suggesting an unlikely shift in party control. Republicans also overshadow Democrats in state legislatures and governor seats across the country. Which are the battleground seats? What’s at stake this election?
Tweet your questions and comments to @yourcallradio and join us live at 10am with me, Rose Aguilar and you.
Dave Levinthal, senior political reporter for the Center for Public Integrity
David Nir, political director for Daily Kos
Yahoo: Down Ticket #9: As the fall campaign begins, Democrats are on track to win back the Senate
The Los Angeles Times: Editorial: Fighting partisan gerrymandering is a job for the Supreme Court