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Senate races looking razor-thin

Senate races looking razor-thin

11/02/14 08:33AM

Steve Kornacki checks in with reporters on the ground in some of the tightest Senate battleground races in Georgia, Iowa and Kansas. Kasie Hunt, Luke Russert and Kelly O'Donnell report the latest. watch

Is the Senate slipping away from Democrats?

Is the Senate slipping away from Democrats?

11/02/14 08:00AM

The Des Moines Register's final poll on Iowa's Senate race shows Republican Joni Ernst up seven points over Democrat Bruce Braley. Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez, NBC's Perry Bacon Jr. and Norm Ornstein from the American Enterprise Institute join to watch

What happens after the election

What happens after the election

11/01/14 09:49AM

Former DNC Chairman Howard Dean and former RNC Chairman Michael Steele talk with Steve Kornacki about what happens after the election and whether Congress will be able to move past legislative dysfunction. watch

Late developments jolt key governor's races

Late developments jolt key governor's races

11/01/14 09:04AM

When people say anything can happen in a campaign, this is what they mean. Bill Nemitz, Garrett Quinn, and Marc Caputo join Steve Kornacki for a look at the late developments rocking the governor’s races in Maine, Massachusetts, and Florida. watch

Can Bill Clinton help Kay Hagan hold on?

Can Bill Clinton help Kay Hagan hold on?

11/01/14 08:38AM

Loretta Boniti of Time Warner Cable News and Boston Globe correspondent Carol Robidoux talk with Steve Kornacki about the latest developments that could swing the key Senate races in North Carolina and New Hampshire. watch

When Ebola and politics collide

When Ebola and politics collide

11/01/14 08:17AM

A judge ruled that the state of Maine cannot force nurse Kaci Hickox to stay quarantined in her home after returning from West Africa to treat Ebola patients. The panelists look at the issues at stake and discuss potential political consequences. watch

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