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After months of speculation and anticipation, the 2018 midterms are here.

On Nov. 6, voters will cast their ballots either in affirmation of the status quo or a rejection of the country’s leadership, in what experts have called a referendum on President Trump’s first two years in office.

In Washington, will the Democrats regain control of the House or the Senate? Or will Trump’s backing push GOP candidates over the finish line, allowing the party to maintain its super majority?

Here in Massachusetts, will newcomers to the political arena beat the incumbents they are running against? Can Democrat Jay Gonzalez garner enough momentum to oust Republican Governor Charlie Baker from the corner office?