Presidential push: Biden, Obama, Trump stump before Tuesday's midterm elections

WASHINGTON — Presidents past and present are making one final push as the 2022 U.S. midterm election campaigns finally approach the finish line.

Joe Biden and Barack Obama reunited the 2008 Democratic ticket over the weekend in Pennsylvania, down the road from where Donald Trump was teasing a 2024 comeback bid.

Trump has another rally tonight in another vital battleground, Ohio, while Biden will retreat to safer political ground in Maryland.

Polls suggest the momentum is with the Republicans, especially in the cross-country battle for control of the House of Representatives.

The real suspense is on the Senate side, where several key races that are too close to call mean it could be weeks before it's clear who controls the upper chamber.

Nearly 41 million people have already voted in advance of election day Tuesday, 1.5 million more than in the 2018 midterms.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 7, 2022.

The Canadian Press