Democrats face a far more hard challenge in the Senate, where they are nearly exclusively on defense in rural states where Trump remains popular. "He's not on the ticket". Heller was an open critic of Trump during his 2016 campaign and says while he and the president may have had their differences and arguments in the past, things are different now.
In the U.S. House of Representatives, all 435 seats are on November's ballot. It is a competition for the soul of America - a referendum on Trump and the venomous political culture that many blame for gridlock in Congress and a recent spate of hate crimes and politically motivated attacks.
Obama accused the Republican-controlled Congress of trying to turn back the policies and progress made during his eight years in office.
Shortly afterwards a gunman killed 11 people at a synagogue in Pittsburgh.
"He has diarrhea of the mouth and diarrhea of the brain. Instead they've racked up enough indictments to field a football team", Obama said. Those voters have increasingly fled Trump's Republican Party, turned off by his chaotic leadership style and xenophobic rhetoric.
County Recorder Adrian Fontes said he has hired about 4,000 county workers to set up machines and work at the precincts on Election Day in an attempt to avoid any issues.
"I think we're going to do well in the House". But that didn't keep Trump, who has two more campaign stops in IN and Missouri tonight, from encouraging his supporters to get out to the polls.
Pelosi has also outlined plans to vote on legislation to fund infrastructure projects, reform campaign finance laws, expand background checks for gun sales and provide a path to citizenship for those children of immigrants brought to the United States illegally.
Trump has repeatedly ratcheted up his warnings about Democrats wanting to encourage the immigration of violent criminals and rapists.
"That's an invasion. I don't care what they say", Trump said to cheers.
Trump administration to reimpose sanctions on Iran
But only time will tell if Iran's regional policy has changed sufficiently to satisfy Trump and achieve his goals. Later, a senior State Department official told reporters that that the US was ready for talks with Iran.
In Texas, early voting has exceeded the entire turnout in 2014. Real Clear Politics says there are 36 toss-ups, 31 of which are Republican.
Gina Kilker was making her way through the crowd when she cried out, "Oh, my God, that's Kyrsten Sinema".
"We had a session the next day with 75-100 people", he says regarding the initial story on his Topeka rally.
Trump, Sanders said, was "the most racist, sexist, homophobic, bigoted president in history", adding later for good measure that Trump was a "pathological liar".
"When it comes to his actions, I'm not a huge fan of his tweets", Panelo said.
He said he's felt an extraordinary level of enthusiasm for this election among his fellow students. "The election tomorrow is very vital because it really is summing up what we've done".
Former President Barack Obama campaigned Sunday in support of Democratic Senator Joe Donnelly in IN, telling the crowd there it was his administration that started the economic recovery after the severe recession that hit the country in 2008.
In Pittsburgh, where residents just finished burying those gunned down at the Tree of Life synagogue, some voters saw their Election Day decisions as a way to send a message that the country is headed down a dark and risky path. Members serve six-year terms, with elections staggered. Obama said of Kemp, before turning to Abrams: "She is the most experienced, most qualified candidate in this".
Sure, it's a rallying cry, but it also symbolizes how Democrats see the midterm election.They want to stop Trump.
US Senator Chris Van Hollen, who heads the Democratic Senate campaign arm, said it was "remarkable" that Democrats were even in striking distance of capturing the Senate given the unfavourable map they faced. "I'm terrified. We're going to a place I just don't understand".