Congressional midterm elections take place between Presidential elections. State and local races happen every year. Learn about upcoming elections near you.
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On November 6, 2018, U.S. voters will go to the polls for the country's midterm elections to cast ballots in congressional, state and local races, with the balance of power in Congress up for grabs. The following is a guide to coverage from Facts On File World News Digest of key events in the 2018 election cycle, including links to original content, as well as to key articles from the Reuters® news feed.
Democrats must flip at least 23 Republican-held seats to retake the House this November. There are currently 67 highly competitive seats - those considered a tossup between the two parties or leaning slightly toward one - according to race ratings provided by the Cook Political Report, a nonpartisan election handicapper.