BY CHARLIE GEROW, July 29, 2018

On the seemingly endless road to Nov. 6 and the pivotal midterm elections, the 100-day marker is now in the rear-view mirror.

The dog days of summer will slowly give way to the traditional starting date for the fall campaigns, and the battle lines for control of Congress are clear.

Midterm elections never have been good; they’re usually bad, and often horrific for the party that occupies 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

Since the close of the Civil War, the party that held the White House has lost 36 of 39 congressional midterms, with an average loss of 33 seats. That’s more than enough for the Democrats to wrest control of the House from the Republicans this time.

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