President Donald Trump on the campaign trail in Tennessee[is] blasting Democrats on the immigration issue as he battles to save the Republican majority in the Senate.Democrats want to invite caravan after caravan of illegal aliens to pour into our country.I don’t think so. No nation can allow its borders to be overrun and that’s an invasion.I don’t care what they say. I don’t care what the fake media says.That’s an invasion of our country.
Hope is still out there. We just have to stand up and speak for it.
Trump’s predecessor, former President Barack Obama, has also been a force on the campaign trail on behalf of Democrats.
When you vote, you can reject that kind of politics.When you participate in the political process, you can be a check on bad behavior.When you vote Illinois, you can choose hope over fear.
Early turnout has been huge with voters in both parties looking at the midterms as a referendum on President Trump, says expert John Hudak.“This is a president who wants this midterm to be a referendum on him largely because he thinks his own popularity is so great that it will carry Republicans across the finish line.But Trump is not only battling Democrats. He’s battling history, says analyst John Fortier.
早期两党的参选人数都很多，把中期选举视为总统的全民公投，专家John Hudak说。认为中期选举是公投的总统主要是因为他认为自己非常受欢迎，共和党人最终会赢。但特朗普不仅仅是在与民主党作战。分析人士John Fortier说，他正在与历史作战。
Well, the big picture is that midterm elections go against the president’s party.I think there will be no difference here.The Democrats will do quite well in the House of Representatives and the governorships and state legislatures.
Historically Republicans are more reliable voters in midterm elections.That puts pressure on Democrats to make sure their supporters get out and vote, says Gallup poster Frank Newport.
Under the expectation that Republicans voters typically are more likely to turnout can Democrats energize people who identify with the Democrats Party to turnout and vote for their candidates.And turnout will be key if Democrats hope to regain the majority in the House, says Jim Kessler.The House has been a rubber stamp for the Trump agenda.It will no longer be a rubber stamp.So anything that gets done will have to be done on a bipartisan basis.Democrats are favored to pick up House seat perhaps enough to reclaim the majority.Republicans hope to defend their narrow 51 to 49 seat edge in the Senate thanks to last-minute campaign help from President Trump.We will never surrender and we will always fight on to victory.
Jim Malone VOA news Washington.