The 2022 Midterms Are Tightening. Why?

Senate and House races in key states have been reportedly tightening, as both parties’ candidates are doubling down on their ad spending in a last push to persuade voters before the 2022 midterms. While Democrats have placed their ad focus on abortion rights and emphasizing their opponents’ connection to former President Trump, the Republicans are railing against the current high inflation and massive government spending. Fox News Sunday Anchor Shannon Bream joins the podcast to break down why these midterm races appear to be growing closer, which battleground states will be key in November and the latest in the FBI investigation into former President Trump. Later, she previews the guest lineup for her first show as anchor of Fox News Sunday.

This Sunday marks the 21st anniversary of the September 11th attacks on the United States. Amid the chaos following the destruction of the World Trade Center, one man was memorialized as a hero after he sprang into action to help his fellow New Yorkers. Welles Crowther was working in the Twin Towers when the tragedy occurred, and he chose to go back into the World Trade Center’s South Tower to rescue survivors stuck on the 78th floor sky lobby. He saved the lives of 12 people that day. His mother, Alison Crowther joins the Rundown to share his heroic legacy, the story behind his famous red bandana, and why she hopes that sharing his story today continues to keep him alive.

Plus, commentary by author and Vice President of communications for Focus on The Family, Paul Batura, on the recent passing of Queen Elizabeth II.