The NY Times bounces around…
The final Sunday of the midterm elections won’t bring much respite for candidates and their legions of supporters, not with control of Congress, governors’ offices and election administration hanging in the balance. Battleground states are not the only places competing for the attention of Democrats and Republicans in the dwindling hours of the campaign.
This is what to know right now:
In a surprising foray to shore up support in a deep-blue state, President Biden campaigned for Gov. Kathy Hochul of New York and called the midterms a “choice between two fundamentally different visions of America.” Jill Biden visited Houston in a bid to bolster Democratic strongholds.
Election workers started preparing to count ballots in Detroit, two years after the operation was at the center of claims of fraud. The atmosphere on Sunday was tense, but calm.
Democrats are pitching themselves at the party of freedom, a tough sell in some areas. But one North Carolina Democrat likes his chances of swimming against the red wave many are expecting on Tuesday.