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Voters in Cleveland now see a splash of billboards posing as public service announcements against voter fraud. The problem? Not only does voter fraud hardly exists, but Melissa Harris-Perry shares the potential strategy of where in the city these...

Dirty tricks aim to keep voters from the polls

10/29/12 12:06PM

We’re coming down to the wire and the election looks to be nail-bitingly close. So it’s no surprise that those who want to reduce turnout are opening up their bag of tricks in order to fool as many voters as possible. read more

Photo: AP/Jim Cole

Poll: Should Romney denounce Sununu's remarks?

10/26/12 11:36AM

Romney-surrogate John Sununu made the latest in a series of denigrating and arguably racially insensitive remarks about Pres. Obama last night when he insinuated that former Secretary of State Colin Powell supported Obama because of race.... read more

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Fired Ohio Dem election officials lose court battle

10/25/12 08:17PM

msnbc has been closely following the case of two fired elections officials in Ohio. The two Democrats who were removed from their positions by the Republican Secretary of State after they tried to preserve early voting in their district on the final three days before Election Day. read more

Romney dodges questions on Mourdock

Romney dodges questions on Mourdock

10/25/12 08:00PM

The controversy surrounding Senate candidate Richard Mourdock’s statement about rape is threatening to catch up with Mitt Romney, who is ducking questions about the comments on the campaign trail. Can he continue to hide his own extreme views? Michelle... watch

Investigating Tagg Romney’s ties to voting...

Investigating Tagg Romney’s ties to voting machines

10/25/12 08:00PM

There have been reports of ties between Mitt Romney’s family and some voting machines being used in the election. While there is a connection, Rev. Al Sharpton explains that Tagg Romney’s company is pretty far removed from the voting machines, but... watch

Early voting may be the key to the election

Early voting may be the key to the election

10/25/12 08:00PM

President Obama cast his ballot Thursday and joined millions of Americans who have already voted. So far the president leads I early voting, and it was key to his success in 2008 as well. Former Democratic elections officials Dennis Lieberman and Tom... watch

Cultivating a ‘fake it ‘til you make it’...

Cultivating a ‘fake it ‘til you make it’ campaign

10/25/12 08:00PM

The Romney campaign is working on recreating Mr. Romney’s image as that of a winner, in hopes that it will help him win the race. Yet more journalists are calling the campaign’s bluff on their momentum. MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki and Democratic Strategist... watch

Powell endorses Obama for second term

Powell endorses Obama for second term

10/25/12 08:00PM

Former Secretary of State Colin Powell threw his support behind President Obama for the second time. Powell explained why he supports the president and his concerns about Mitt Romney. Ryan Grim of the Huffington Post and Erin McPike of Real Clear... watch

Photo: AP/Pablo Martinez Monsivais

Obama becomes first sitting president to vote early

10/25/12 05:37PM

President Obama made history today, becoming the first sitting president to cast a ballot before Election Day. On the campaign trail before casting his vote, he praised early voting as a "great option" for people who "lead very busy lives."... read more

Romney team fighting to candidate as moderate

Romney team fighting to candidate as moderate

10/24/12 08:00PM

The Republican party has been taken over by the more radical views of the far right, and the Romney campaign is trying to distance their candidate from the fringe. Is it too late to convince voters that Romney has left his “severely conservative” views... watch

More than 6 million votes already cast

More than 6 million votes already cast

10/24/12 08:00PM

Just 13 days to go until election day, and millions of Americans have already cast their ballot. Rev. Al Sharpton takes a look at the early numbers, and what they mean for the race going forward. watch

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