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You Decide: Where Should Roll Call Travel for the Midterm Elections?

Associate Politics Editor Kyle Trygstad, left, interviews GOP Senate candidate David Perdue on the campaign trail in Georgia. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

In our unprecedented effort to cover the midterm elections, Roll Call has hit the campaign trail in 14 states so far this year, covering 24 congressional races and writing 36 datelined stories from Adel, Iowa,  to Tallulah, Louisiana .  

We've written about House and Senate races in ArizonaGeorgiaIllinoisIowaMassachusettsMississippiNew HampshirePennsylvania , TexasWest Virginia  and more. Later this week, we'll head back to Louisiana to cover this cycle's most vulnerable senator .  

Unfortunately, there are still a few races we haven't covered yet from the ground — and we're running out of time. We'd like help from you, our readers, to pick two of Roll Call's final campaign stops this cycle.  

Vote for your race by 5 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 19. Readers will pick two races from the finalists next week. Which Senate race — listed below in alphabetical order by state — should we send @alexis_levinson to cover from the ground?  

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Which House race — listed below in alphabetical order by state — should we send @CahnEmily to cover from the ground next?  

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Have an opinion on which race we should cover? Did we miss one of your favorite contests this cycle? Email your feedback or race of choice  to Politics Editor Shira T. Center, or tweet your thoughts or race at @RollCall with #RCReadersChoice.  

Finalists will be announced Sept. 22.  

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