This article originally appeared in The Hill
Record-low primary election turnout is threatening to magnify Democratic midterm worries.
Both parties have made their “get out the vote” programs a top priority for November, investing millions in building bigger ground operations earlier than ever before.
The challenge is most dire for Democrats, who are defending a fragile six-seat Senate majority that relies on a handful of races in hostile, GOP-leaning territory — and trying to pick up House seats in a difficult year, politically.
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