This OTYCD post originally appeared in January 2018, but with the mid-terms approaching and the stakes rising, we are reposting past posts that discuss key things you can do to push back against Trump.
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America would be a better place if Democrats had control of the House of Representatives and the Senate. Taking that latter chamber was always seen as a tall order. Doug Jones’s December 2017 win in Alabama makes the feat a bit less impossible, but it’s still a tough row to hoe. In order to gain control of the Senate, the Democrats must successfully defend all of its Senators who are running for re-election and win at least two additional seats as well.
The Road to 2018 winked into being just after the November 2016 election with the aim of defending the most vulnerable incumbent Democratic Senators.
It’s focusing on twelve Senators–eleven Democrats and an Independent:
Bill Nelson of Florida
Joe Donnelly of Indiana
Debbie Stabenow of Michigan
Claire McCaskill of Missouri
Angus King, Independent of Maine
Jon Tester of Montana
Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota
Sherrod Brown of Ohio
Bob Casey of Pennsylvania
Tim Kaine of Virginia
Joe Manchin of West Virginia
Tammy Baldwin of Wyoming
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