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Priebus: People are angry, US in a ditch

Reince Priebus: People are angry, US in a ditch

11/04/14 09:45AM

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus shares his optimism that the Republicans will win in “purple states.” Priebus says the GOP wants to win the majority and test their competence as a national party. He also explains that people are angry about the current... watch

Georgia U.S. Senate Democratic candidate Michelle Nunn, right, greets supporters at a campaign field office, Monday, Nov. 3, 2014, in Decatur, Ga. (Photo by David Goldman/AP)

Democratic supporters embrace Michelle Nunn — and Obama — in Georgia

11/03/14 07:15PM

DECATUR, Georgia — Republicans have tried to paint Georgia Senate candidate Michelle Nunn as someone who would simply rubber stamp President Obama’s agenda. It’s a line of criticism that seems to get her base most riled up—not only because they believe Nunn would maintain her independence, but also because they still adamantly support the president. read more

Governor Scott Walker visits with people during an event in Green Bay, Wis., on Oct. 24, 2014. (Evan Siegle/Green Bay Press-Gazette/AP)

In Milwaukee, a final push to boost turnout

11/03/14 07:01PM

“Y’all doing voting?” a young woman asks, as she pushes a stroller past dilapidated houses in Milwaukee’s Borchert Field neighborhood.“Yes we are! What’s your name? Do you need a ride tomorrow?” Beverly Currie says brightly, flipping papers on her clipboard to find a blank sheet. “If you call this number, it’ll tell you where you need to go to vote.”The race between Gov. read more

U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, center, flanked by former U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, right, greets supporters during a campaign stop focusing on Latino-American issues in Denver, Colo. on Nov. 3, 2014.

Udall rallies Latinos, but leaders fear it's too little too late

11/03/14 06:44PM

DENVER, Colo. -- Latino voters saved Colorado Democrats in a tough year before and now Senator Mark Udall is counting on them to do the same again in his race against Republican Cory Gardner. Some leaders in the community, however, are worried that the effort is too little, too late after a campaign that’s largely focused on reproductive rights. read more

Democratic Senate candidate Senator Kay Hagan speaks to the media in Cary, N.C. on Nov. 3, 2014.

'Everything is at stake' in North Carolina US Senate race

11/03/14 06:15PM

“Everything is at stake,” said Irving Allen, a field director with Ignite NC, a youth led voting rights group. “Not only the fight for new ground but a fight for all the ground we’ve won. Voting rights are at stake, early childhood education and healthcare are all at stake. There’s a lot on the line.” read more

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