1. There is a ton of coverage on Obamacare, but how much of it is reliable? We'll give you a guide to recognizing the most trustworthy ACA coverage. Joining the discussion are: Fmr. Senior Advisor to President Obama, David Axelrod, Senior Editor at Consumer Reports, Nancy Metcalf, and Reporter for Talking Points Memo, Dylan Scott.
2. Later this evening, the Senate will hold a vote on The Employee Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), a law that will protect LGBT people from workplace discrimination. Sounds good and reasonable, right? Not to House Speaker John Boehner. According to Politico Boehner "believes this legislation will increase frivolous litigation and cost American jobs, especially small business jobs." Joining Chris Hayes to discuss the cloture vote is MSNBC contributor Michael Steele.
3. Last week Rachel Maddow charged Kentucky Senator Rand Paul with plagiarizing parts of a speech from Wikipedia. On Sunday the Senator addressed the accusation claiming to have never intentionally plagiarized.
4. For a whole bunch of Americans, tomorrow is election day. Joining Chris Hayes to talk must-watch races: Politics Editor at Business Insider and MSNBC contributor, Josh Barro, and MSNBC contributor, Goldie Taylor and Executive Editor at the Nation, Richard Kim.