Graham was asked what Republicans should prioritize if they take control of the Senate in the midterm elections.
Staring at a midterm catastrophe, the Democrats lob increasingly desperate charges.
Messina asked to defer the conversation until after the midterm elections of 2010.
If there is a pandemic to be actually worried about, it's the pandemic of fear as we approach the midterm elections.
The economy has steadily (if slowly) improved and the 2010 midterm elections reduced the sense of urgency in the opposition.
According to the latest Wall Street Journal-NBC News poll, interest in the midterm elections among all voters is at a record low.
Presidential parties typically lose quite a few seats in the midterm elections of their second term, right?
Plus, the latest midterm predictions from the Election Oracle.
I've argued here before that the president in effect has to run for a third term in the midterm campaign.
But midterm elections are a different story, as white voters remain a driving force as to which party gets to run Congress.