Polling averages show that in several Senate races across the country, Democratic and Republican candidates are neck-and-neck with two days until the midterms.
Real Clear Politics indicates that in three of the four races projected to favor the GOP, it is due to an underestimated Republican electorate.
Among the vulnerable incumbents, Raphael Warnock faces a close contest in Georgia, despite rival Herschel Walker's campaign being dogged by controversy.
The Democratic senator for New Hampshire will face her Republican opponent in a debate hosted by local media on Thursday.
Once down by double digits, New Hampshire Republican Don Bolduc has seen a resurgence in polling over the last month.
The Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in New Hampshire has gained five points in the latest Emerson College Polling survey.
Tight races in these states will determine which party holds a Senate majority during the second half of President Biden's term.
The survey puts the incumbent Democrat Maggie Hassan ahead of GOP rival Don Bolduc.
Polling shows the Democratic senator in a tight race, but with a slight lead over her potential Republican challengers.
Recent polls and historical precedent suggest the GOP is well positioned to make gains in November's elections.
The economy looks good on paper, but inflation has wiped out wage gains for many middle and low-income voters Senate Democrats are relying on in the midterms.
New Hampshire's Governor Chris Sununu has "never been loyal" to Trump in the former president's view, his adviser Corey Lewandowski said.
"Further attempts to cast doubt on the legitimacy of the 2020 Presidential election are contrary to the clearly expressed will of the American people," the group of Republican, Democratic and independent lawmakers said.
Democrats on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee want to know what steps the Office of Personnel Management is taking to ensure that frontline federal workers have adequate access to personal protective equipment.
Maggie Hassan's communications director Aaron Jacobs confirmed it was her intern who shouted the remark and said the office communicated with Capitol Police.