The final few weeks of a campaign are a crazy time. Campaigns are trying to fundraise constantly, make appearances at events, prepare for debates and develop get out the vote strategies – all while people who you have never seen before are streaming in and out of the campaign office while asking for yard signs (and saying there are not enough yard signs).  Another piece of the puzzle is endorsements.

In a senate race or congressional race, these actually may not matter that much because polarization is so strong, Democrats or Republicans are unlikely to be swayed by an endorsement for a candidate from another party.   

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