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GOP candidate campaigns on Redskins name

GOP candidate campaigns on Redskins name

11/03/14 04:58PM

Though thousands gathered at a Redskins game in Minneapolis Sunday in protest over the Washington football team’s name, one Republican Senate candidate is still campaigning on the team’s name in his re-election race. watch

Will pot measures draw out young voters?

Will pot measures draw out young voters?

11/03/14 04:47PM

Heather McGhee, Christine Quinn, Kurt Andersen and Jonathan Chait break down the ballot initiatives to watch on Election Day, including pot legalization in Alaska, Oregon and D.C., major sentencing reform in California and crucial measures that could end watch

Races tightening in final hours of midterms

Races tightening in final hours of midterms

11/03/14 03:59PM

Though polls have shown Republican odds to control the Senate to be high, there are also signs that some midterm races thought to be tilting toward the GOP are tightening. Heather McGhee, Kurt Andersen, Harold Ford Jr. and Jonathan Chait join to discuss. watch

Members of the audience cheer during a musical performance moments before Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn steps to the stage, Oct. 27, 2014, in Decatur, Ga. (Photo by David Goldman/AP)

The Democrats vs. Republican message battle in Georgia

11/03/14 01:37PM

MARIETTA, Georgia — Jim Jenkins, 73, considers himself a Reagan Republican at heart. He says he’s disturbed at how Democrats have created “a society of takers” who depend on the welfare state. But he just doesn’t know if he can bring himself to vote for Republican Senate candidate David Perdue. read more

5 Things: On the ballot

5 Things: On the ballot

11/03/14 10:55AM

José Díaz-Balart shares five of more than 100 ballot initiatives across the country, from minimum wage hikes in Illinois to “de-felonizing” drug use in California to a ban on bear baiting in Maine. watch

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