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Party Politics 81: Final Predictions!

Election Day Predictions

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Election signs at an early voting location at Spring First Church, in Spring –a suburb north of Houston– on October 28, 2018.


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We're entering the home stretch of the 2018 midterm elections and it promises to be a wild finish. Last-minute campaign ads pulse in the background as a record number of people in Texas are voting. Party Politics co-hosts Jay Aiyer and Brandon Rottinghaus make final predictions about what to expect on Election Day in the state and in the rest of the nation.


-Pittsburgh mass shooting tragedy
-Trump floats idea of ending birthright citizenship
-White House prepares to send 5,000 troops, or more, to the southern border
-Trump tweets pitching advice during World Series


-Race for Texas House Speaker heats up – who's in and who's out?
-Aid to U.S. Representative Henry Cuellar says she was fired over pregnancy
-Voter fraud in Harris County? Several Republicans think so
-Eight day fundraising reports – who's up, who's down?

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