WASHINGTON (AP) — The Democratic Party chairman says his party's get-out-the-vote efforts will be critical in determining the outcome of who controls Congress after the election.
Tim Kaine says his party sees "strong trends" in early voting and at rallies that suggest the kind of higher turnout that usually favors Democrats.
Kaine tells ABC's "This Week" that he thinks Democrats will keep control of the House and that California Rep. Nancy Pelosi will remain as speaker.
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