Whoever spends the most money in elections does not always win the race. See two recent examples: Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump and Russ Feingold vs. Ron Johnson in 2016. But you do need money to fund all the parts of a winning a campaign. Without it, you can't win. Too much money eventually produces diminishing returns.
Our friends at Decision Desk HQ released a simulator where you can reallocate resources from one U.S. Senate and U.S. House races that were contested during the 2018 elections. Can you change the dynamics of the races enough to give the Democrats the majority in the U.S. Senate to have a unified congressional front against President Trump? How about a scenario where the GOP actually keeps control of the House of Representatives?
Check out the simulator here and share your results!