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Ebola dominates midterm debates

Ebola dominates midterm debates

10/16/14 07:17PM

Nearly every Republican in these big senate races has begun calling for a travel ban to block people from West Africa coming to the United States. Joan Walsh and John Feehery join Chris Matthews to discuss. watch

Former Florida Governor and challenger, Charlie Crist, appears alone for the first few minutes of a their gubernatorial debate, as Florida Governor Rick Scott delays taking the stage on Oct. 15, 2014.

Stunning moment at start of Florida debate

10/15/14 10:21PM

A hotly anticipated debate was put on hold because one of the participants wasn’t a fan… of an electric fan. In what could be described as one of the most stunning moments of the 2014 debate season, Florida Gov. Rick Scott delayed Wednesday night’s debate with Democratic opponent and former governor Charlie Crist because of the electric fan kept under Crist’s podium. read more

Rise of the political ‘tracker’

Rise of the political ‘tracker’

10/15/14 07:47PM

The political tracker is the person with a video camera that you sick on your opponent to record every moment of that person's campaign. Hardball Roundtable, Hogan Gidley, Susan Page and E.J. Dionne, joins Chris Matthews to discuss. watch

Democrats circle the wagons in 5 big states

Democrats circle the wagons in 5 big states

10/15/14 07:18PM

Hillary Clinton hits the campaign trail in Kentucky, where Democrats are running short on time if they want to pull off the big upset against Mitch McConnell. Howard Fineman and Perry Bacon join Chris Matthews to discuss. watch

New Ebola patient flew before getting sick

New Ebola patient flew before getting sick

10/15/14 07:00PM

Health officials said today that new Ebola patient Amber Vinson left Dallas and flew to Cleveland last Friday to visit family Then, on Monday night, she got on a plane and returned to Dallas with a slightly elevated fever. Tom Costello and Kristen Welker watch

Mary Landrieu, Bill Cassidy

Two Southern Democrats go on the offensive

10/14/14 10:38PM

Sen. Landrieu slammed her Republican rival, Rep. Bill Cassidy, of voting against disaster relief aid for his own distract after Hurricane Isaac.  Pryor continued his line of attack from Monday's Arkansas Senate Debate, saying Rep. Cotton is an overly ambitious upstart, who is in the pocket of out-of-state billionaires that are expecting a return on investment. read more

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