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With preexisting conditions, get those ads. We're just from Arizona and West Virginia to states with two very different races, September. First, there have been twelve ads in the Senate race touching on healthcare. Eleven of those ads specifically mentioned protections for pre existing conditions and ten of those support. The democratic candidate, Kristen cinema, and even in West Virginia, a state President Trump won by over forty points. The incumbent democrat, Joe Manchin is running on you, guessed it healthcare, ten ads in that race on healthcare since September. First eight mentioned pre existing conditions, all support mansion. The Democrats have plenty of divides in their party, but the one issue that unites them right now is healthcare and it can play everywhere. A radical shift. From the last two midterm cycles win at times anti ObamaCare. Ads outnumbered pro ObamaCare ads by margin of ten to one healthcare clearly remains a dominant issue voters across the country. But this year it's the Democrats running on offense rather than defense on the issue when we come back and game. And the thing we've never seen before that just might happen on election night. This. And game brought to you by Boeing, continuing our mission to connect protect, explore and inspire back now with endgame. I think it's fair to say Carolee that the conventional wisdom we put up some headlines here from the past week has shifted big time when it comes to the Senate versus the house. This idea of split decision Republicans gaining in the Senate Democrats gaining in the house. Senate seem to be falling away. Here's Phil Bredesen's even the democratic nominee in Tennessee admitting as much. Take a listen. This point, these chances of my party being in the majority in the Senate are minuscule. Judges versus healthcare. Our judges winning. Yeah, they certainly seem to be for now. You know, the Senate was always going to be tougher hall for Democrats, but certainly the winds have shifted holder narrowing and certain races that is not the message that Democrats necessarily want to send that their chances are miniscule, but they are diminishing and a lot of it has to do with Cavanaugh. I think question is whether or not that energy that Republicans have can hold over the next several weeks because Democrats are also energized in their own way, but there's there's definitely this sense. And even Senator Gordon said, I believe on Friday that there's a chance that Republicans could pick up seats in the Senate which would be highly unusual. And so there's there's a shift happening and whether it shifts back between now and election day rain speed. I was just in Missouri for few days and it does feel as if it is just two different races. The Democrats are running a campaign on healthcare Lonnie, the Republicans. Josh, Holly. I could see his ads running campaign about conservatives judges and the importance of what the Senate majority means and Missouri's. One of those states that has a red tint to it and it seems you could see the cavenaugh affect in real time. No, absolutely. It's absolutely helped, Josh, Holly in Missouri, midterm elections are a lot about convincing voters. What is it you stand to lose? What is it you stand to lose and for Republicans, the pitches if a Democratic Senate gets elected, you're gonna lose. These judges for Democrats is if a Republican Senate gets elected, you're gonna lose ObamaCare, and that's why the pitch has focused in on judges in healthcare so thoroughly. And I think the challenges in in some of these states, Arizona, Nevada, you're starting to see the race creep away from Democrats, and it's happened in a slow but steady fashion in Nevada, Jackie rose and the democrat has not been in a head head in a public poll since the end of September in Arizona. You've got used in cinema all this opposition research coming out on her recently being out of touch with zone. And so. These races are clearing away. But the meta narrative here is really about what do you stand a lose? And I think Republicans have prosecuted that case effectively. And I think it's unclear that the Democrats have really energized their voters. Hispanic voters have not been well reach out to and many Hispanics, especially in Texas, a really concerned about registering for anything, whether they're legal or not. They don't want to be part of the government. They're so afraid of ice and really rather than being angry by what's happening on immigration. They really afraid of government right now in registration and voting is being part of the government telling people where you live..