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Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, before her appearance on "Kentucky Tonight" television broadcast with U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R) Ky., live from KET studios in Lexington, Ky., on Oct. 13, 2014.

Grimes doubles down on the "Obama" question

10/14/14 11:25AM

Kentucky Secretary of State Allison Lundergan Grimes doubled down on her refusal to say who she voted for in 2008 and 2012 for President, citing her role as the chief elections officer in the state and privacy at the ballot box as her reason. read more

2014: Battle of the billionaires

2014: Battle of the billionaires

10/13/14 07:48PM

Hardball Roundtable, Howard Fineman, Michelle Bernard and Darrell West, join Chris Matthews to discuss West’s new book about how billionaires will influence the midterm elections. watch

Mark Pryor

Pryor comes out swinging in Arkansas debate

10/13/14 06:59PM

Embattled Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor of Arkansas came out swinging in the first of two debates over twenty-four hours with his Republican rival, Rep. Tom Cotton. Pryor called himself one of the most independent politicians in the U.S. read more

Matthews on UNC Malawi Burn and Surgical...

Matthews on UNC Malawi Burn and Surgical Initiative

10/10/14 07:58PM

Chris Matthews finishes the show asking viewers to consider lending their support to UNC Malawi Burn and Surgical Initiative, which seeks to train a cadre of Malawian surgeons and clinical officers to rise up and care for their own people through educatio watch

Grimes distances herself from Obama

Grimes distances herself from Obama

10/10/14 07:49PM

Hardball Roundtable, Harold Ford, Beth Fouhy and Ellis Henican, joins Chris Matthews to discuss the issue of Democrats keeping their distance from President Obama in their midterm races. watch

Kay Hagan, Thom Tills

Debate gets personal in the Tarheel State

10/10/14 09:34AM

 It got personal in the third and final debate of the highly competitive North Carolina U.S. Senate race, between Democrat Sen. Kay Hagan and Republican Thom Tillis. The candidates accused each other of personal gains from votes they took in their respective positions that boosted their wealth. read more

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