With Republicans threatening to upset a number of long-time Democratic senators, President Obama is continuing his campaign blitz.
He's taking aim at thousands of undecided voters, especially women.
President Obama's West Coast campaigns swing stops in Los Angeles Friday, where a Democratic senator is locked in a tight race with a Republican challenger.
Polls show many women voters are still undecided. Both sides know that their last minute decisions can determine who has control over the House or Senate.
"I keep in mind the things I remember hearing, the promises I've been told. I keep all that in mind for November 2," Davetta Sherwood, a California resident, said.
The current president isn't the only one out there campaigning. Former President Clinton is hitting the trail hard. He's already campaigned for 65 candidates at 95 events, including one for Senator Bennet.
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