>> Every single one of us has the same power at the polls.>> The Democrats are rolling out the big guns ahead of next week's elections, with Oprah Winfrey among the
key names hitting the campaign trail.>> And I'm here today because of the men and because of the women who were lynched, who were humiliated, who were discriminated against for the right, for the equality at the polls.
>> I'm Andy Sullivan in Washington, where both parties are going all out ahead of next week's elections. Top Democrats telling voters that they'll expand access to healthcare and boost their paychecks.>>
>> All of this making clear that the next presidential election effectively starts the minute the midterm elections are over
>> She is a woman who dared believe that she could change the State of Georgia.>> If every eligible voter in the state of Georgia votes, I will win.>>
75 years old, saying he'd only serve for one term. Most recently campaigning in Iowa, a favorite haunt for presidential hopefuls>> Thank you, Nevada.>> Bernie Sanders wrapping up his own nine state swing, his influence only growing after his 2016 primary campaign. Many Democrats signing on to his proposals for free college and universal healthcare.
>> We are going forwards.>> His former rival, Hilary Clinton, keeping a lower profile, but not shutting the door on 2020. Then there's New Jersey Senator, Cory Booker, who grabbed the spotlight in the Brett Kavanaugh hearings. Campaigning in New Hampshire, a key stop for anyone eyeing the White House.
California's Kamala Harris, also making the rounds.>> They may have the power right now but we need to take it back.>>