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Charles Poole, 70, checks in upon arriving to cast his ballot at a polling site during early voting in Atlanta, Ga. on May 16, 2014.

Quiz: How much do you know about voting restrictions?

10/27/14 07:44AM

Republicans passed a slew of restrictive voting laws in states across the country in 2012, but many of the worst were blocked by courts. This election cycle, the GOP has doubled down on its efforts to make voting harder -- several voting restrictions are now in effect for the first time in a major election in many states. read more

'Anger, anxiety' palpable in key Senate race

'Anger, anxiety' palpable in key Senate race

10/27/14 06:10AM

Top Talkers: Five key battleground races are all within the margin of error, according to the latest NBC News/Marist poll. The Morning Joe panel discusses the coming elections, including the New Hampshire Senate race and Elizabeth Warren's stumping... watch

Georgia U.S. Senatorial candidates including Libertarian Amanda Swafford, left, Republican David Perdue, center, and Democrat Michelle Nunn, right, participate in a debate on Oct. 26, 2014, in Atlanta. (Photo by David Tulis/AP)

It's outsourcing versus Obama in Georgia Senate debate

10/26/14 10:15PM

ATLANTA, Georgia -- Democratic Senate candidate Michelle Nunn and Republican David Perdue hammered away at each other in a debate Sunday over Perdue's outsourcing work and Nunn's ties to President Obama, just days before voters go to the polls in what surveys indicate is one of the closest races in the country. read more