We’ve entered the homestretch, with Election Day just a week away. Roll Call’s coverage of all things midterms continues with dispatches from the road, the latest polls and ratings changes in competitive Senate and House races, hot takes from our political analysts and much more.
Here are some of our top political stories, videos and podcasts from recent weeks.
- Election Security Expert: ‘It’s Really Only a Matter of Time’ [Video]
- For Handicapping Midterm Races, Old Rules May No Longer Apply
- He Helped Write the GOP’s Health Care Bill. Now It’s Catching Up With Him
- Just How Average Are the Average Voters in Campaign Ads?
- Sinema Hews to the Middle in a Changing Arizona. Will It Be Enough to Win?
- McSally Bills Herself as ‘Firewall’ Against Democratic Takeover of Senate
- Paper Is Big Again, at Least for Elections. These States Don’t Have It
- America Is at a Midterm Crossroads. Let Us Count the Ways
- Trump to Focus on Midwestern Battlegrounds in Final Midterms Tour
- What Will Happen If Democrats Win [Podcast]
- Explosive Rhetoric Ramping Up, but Do Voters Care? [Podcast]
- In D.C. on Election Night? Here’s Our List of Watch Parties
- The Last of the Gingrich Revolutionaries
- 12 Ratings Changes for House, Senate and Gubernatorial Races: 4 Toward GOP, 8 Toward Democrats [Video]
- What to Watch in the Final Stretch of the Arizona Senate Race [Video]
We’ll have one final update Monday of our list of most vulnerable Senate and House incumbents. You can view our most recent rankings here:
- The 10 Most Vulnerable Senators: Cruz, Menendez Make the List
- The 10 Most Vulnerable House Incumbents: Blum’s Still the One
If you’d like to win a $500 American Express gift card, try your luck with Roll Call’s midterm election prediction contest.
And if you’re still not in the spirit, why not try some unbridled political ambition circa 1991? Join us for a special screening of “True Colors” on Sunday night, complete with commentary from Gonzales and Roll Call’s Jason Dick.