FILE - In this March 2, 2018, file photo, signs mark a polling site as early voting begins, in San Antonio. Democrats in Texas are early voting in bigger numbers ahead of the nation's first primary elections of the 2018 midterms. Turnout figures released Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018, shows more Democrats casting ballots than Republicans since early voting began this week in the nation's biggest conservative state. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, File)
Photo: Eric Gay/AP
Photo: Eric Gay/AP

The left weighs in on how the right will do in midterms, presidential election

Think there is no chance that the Republicans will keep the House in 2018 – or the White House in 2020? May want to think again. A roundup of editorials Wednesday takes a look at the issue.

Opinions from the left:

How Republicans can win the midterms

From Politico: It’s an uphill climb for the GOP, but they could hold on to the House in 2018.

How Trump wins reelection

From The New Republic: A one-term president? Probably not. In fact, there’s a decent chance we will be looking at 7 more years of this.

Dianne Feinstein rebuff is Democratic left's gift to Republicans

From Bloomberg/Quint: Casting Diane Feinstein aside, as Democrats seem to be doing, will certainly be appreciated by Republicans in the coming elections.

Is conservatism dead? Many on the right don’t think so.