“Republicans and Democrats are delivering their closing arguments to midterm voters, aggressively stoking fears about the opposing party on health-care and the rule of law with less than four weeks until the election,” the Washington Post reports.
“The strategies are part of a broader trend that has emerged in campaigns across the country, with control of Congress at stake on Nov. 6. Republicans are determined to brand Democrats as extremists who they argue should alarm most voters. Democrats are characterizing Republicans as destructive crusaders against landmark laws protecting everyday people.”
“The raw emotion on both sides of the Kavanaugh fight was still palpable Wednesday. Sensing little to be gained by re-litigating it, Democrats resolved to turn the page to a subject they have made a cornerstone of their campaign to retake Congress: health care.”Save to Favorites