President Trump is scheduled to campaign in Missouri on Monday as Democratic and Republican candidates are locked in a tight race for Missouri senate seat. Sean and the entire ‘Hannity’ crew will also be in then the “show-me” state with complete coverage.
Below, pollster John McLaughlin breaks down the crucial races ahead of Election Day with “The Great One” Mark Levin:
FINAL PUSH: Jane Fonda, Amy Schumer to Hold Anti-Trump ‘TELETHON’ Night Before Midterms
Hollywood celebrities -including Amy Schumer, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Jane Fonda- plan to hold a last-minute telethon Monday evening to motivate young Americans to get out and elect Democrats during next week’s pivotal midterm election.
According to Reuters, the two-hour long ‘Telethon for America’ will begin at 9pm on Youtube, Comedy Central, and Facebook Live and feature over 50 comedians and Hollywood actors.
“This telethon, unlike traditional ones, will not ask for money. Instead, viewers will be urged to call in to a celebrity phone bank and pledge to vote in the next day’s election,” adds Reuters.
“Many Hollywood celebrities have urged their fans to support Democrats in federal and state races to fight President Donald Trump’s agenda and increase oversight of his administration,” adds the website.
Read the full report here.
HE’S BACK: Obama RETURNS to Campaign Trail for 2018 Midterms
Former President Barack Obama will officially hit the campaign trail later this year; stumping for Democratic hopefuls in gubernatorial, Senate, and House races across the country to help liberals regain control of the US Congress after the 2018 midterm elections.
According to Politico, Obama plans to make the rounds for Democratic candidates this fall, appearing at rallies, campaign events, and fundraising dinners to propel left-wing legislators into office.
“Obama isn’t expecting to make campaign appearances until the fall, people who’ve been working on the plans say, and when he does, he will take cues from the National Democratic Redistricting Committee in looking for endorsements and appearances that play up redistricting,” writes Politico.
“He’s going to be out there for candidates, he’ll be out there helping us in meaningful ways, not just in fundraising,” said DNC boss Tom Perez. “The guy was a state senator in ’04, and he was president of the United States four years later. He knows something about winning elections and building a brand.”
This won’t be the first time the former President weighed-in on national elections. Last year, Obama actively campaigned for Ralph Northam in Virginia’s governor race, and made robocalls for Democrat Doug Jones in his race against Roy Moore in Alabama’s highly-contested special election.