While some Republicans don't want to admit it, the 2018 primaries continue to pile up evidence that Democrats are more motivated to vote than Republicans this year. The Washington Post analysis of yesterday's primaries shows that this trend shows no signs of going away.
The GOP often does well in midterm elections because more Democratic voters stay home when there is no presidential race. It looks like 2018 is going to be an exception, and Democrats have a real chance to win both houses of Congress in November. That would mean the end of Trump's presidency, whether through impeachment or simply blocking everything he tries to do. While Republicans may prefer to deny this danger exists, FedUp PAC will be hard at work to swing undecided voters to the GOP and drive up turnout.
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