Lindsey Graham just kicked over an anthill

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Senate Republicans don’t have the votes to pass an abortion ban. Nor will introducing this legislation help their midterm prospects. Nor could the Republicans override a Biden veto on this even if they did win the midterms. This is a vile attempt at a distraction.

Lindsey Graham is giving away that he expects Donald Trump’s legal troubles, and his own legal troubles, to get worse soon. But hey, if Graham and the other Republicans under criminal investigation want to help the Democrats’ midterm prospects by showing voters in the middle exactly what evil the Republicans want to do if they ever do get back into power, then so be it. Graham and Trump just be truly desperate and panicked if they’re willing to harm their own party’s midterm prospects just to create a distraction for themselves.

That said, even though the Democrats gain more momentum by the day, the midterms are still a toss up – and elections don’t win themselves. You have to jump in and help get your side over the top. Yes, you! Get involved in these highly competitive midterm races:

Toss-up races (Democratic challenger)

Annette Taddeo FL-27 (Florida): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Chris Deluzio PA-17 (Pennsylvania): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Josh Riley NY-19 (New York): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Jamie McLeod-Skinner OR-05 (Oregon): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Francis Conole NY-22 (New York): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Christy Smith CA-27 (California): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Rudy Salas CA-22 (California): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Mary Peltola (Alaska): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Greg Landsman OH-1 (Ohio): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Adam Gray CA-13 (California): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Yadira Caraveo CO-08 (Colorado): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Eric Sorensen IL-17 (Illinois): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Emilia Sykes OH-13 (Ohio): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Tony Vargas NE-02 (Nebraska): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Wiley Nickel NC-13 (North Carolina): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Gabe Vasquez, NM-02 (New Mexico): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

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Toss-up races (Democratic incumbent)

Jared Golden ME-02 (Maine): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Frank Mrvan IN-01 (Indiana): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Elaine Luria VA-02 (Virginia): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Dan Kildee MI-08 (Michigan): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Matt Cartwright PA-08 (Pennsylvania): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Kim Schrier WA-08 (Washington): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Sharice Davids KS-03 (Kansas): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Elissa Slotkin MI-07 (Michigan): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Angie Craig MN-02 (Minnesota): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Chris Pappas NH-01 (New Hampshire): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Dina Titus NV-01 (Nevada): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Susie Lee NV-03 (Nevada): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Steven Horsford NV-04 (Nevada): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Marcy Kaptur OH-09 (Ohio): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

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Lean-R races

Michelle Vallejo TX-15 (Texas): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Cindy Axne IA-03 (Iowa): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Jevin Hodge AZ-01 (Arizona): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Tom Malinowski NJ-07 (New Jersey): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Will Rollins CA-41 (California): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Jay Chen CA-45 (California): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Brad Pfaff WI-03 (Wisconsin): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Kirsten Engel AZ-06 (Arizona): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Bridget Fleming NY-01 (New York): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Susan Wild PA-07 (Pennsylvania): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Marie Gluesenkamp Perez WA-03 (Washington): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

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Lean-D races

Nikki Budzinski IL-13 (Illinois): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Katie Porter CA-47 (California): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Josh Harder CA-09 (California): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Sean Casten IL-06 (Illinois): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Pat Ryan NY-18 (New York): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Annie Kuster NH-02 (New Hampshire): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Sean Patrick Maloney NY-17 (New York): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Abigail Spanberger VA-07 (Virginia): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Robert Zimmerman NY-03 (New York): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Jahana Hayes CT-05 (Connecticut): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Don Davis NC-01 (North Carolina): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Mike Levin CA-49 (California): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

Hillary Scholten MI-03 (Michigan): Campaign websiteDonateVolunteerFollow on Twitter

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About this list: The “volunteer” links are the volunteer page provided by the candidate’s official website. The “donate” links lead directly to the ActBlue donation page that the candidate has designated on his or her official website, meaning the money goes directly to the candidate. The Toss-up, Lean-R, and Lean-D rankings primarily come from Cook Political Report, which has had a strong track record with such predictions. The order of the candidates is random with each category, and is changed each time the list is republished, in an attempt at promoting them evenly. Broken or incorrect links? Email us.

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