We're less than 100 days out from November 6, which means it's nearly time for the midterm that many analysts are calling the most important election of our lifetime. Now's the moment to step up your engagement if you care about the results. If so, you're probably wondering how to make a difference in the midterm elections.
This election is more important than most: We already know of a few momentous political episodes that will take place over the next two years. President Trump will try to confirm at least one Supreme Court justice, Brett Kavanaugh, who could help to repeal Roe v. Wade (though that could very well happen before the next Congress is seated). District lines will be redrawn, in most cases by the parties who control their states, meaning that gerrymandering could shift the balance of power between parties in many places. And if — in the most extreme case — Robert Mueller's investigation into the Trump campaign leads him to recommend impeachment, it will be Congress who decides the president's fate.
Whether you're rooting for a blue wave, a red wave, or a "pink wave" (a flood of successful female candidates that some commentators believe is coming), it's time to do something about it. Here are nine of the best ways.