November 4, 1998 -- New York Votes New York University's Mitchell Moss discusses why Senator D'Amato lost in an election very kind to New York incumbents.
November 4, 1998 -- California Returns Boxer San Francisco Chronicle political reporter John Wildermuth reports on Senator Boxer's sursprisingly easy re-election.
November 3, 1998 -- Stumping Online Terence Smith examines how candidates used the Internet to garner votes in 1998.
November 3, 1998 -- Political Wrap Shields and Gigot react to the evening's results.
November 3, 1998 -- Election Results Read about the results in key races from across the country
November 2, 1998 -- Down to the Wire San Francisco Chronicle political reporter John Wildermuth reports on the U.S. Senate races final hours.
November 2, 1998 -- Election Eve in Raleigh Attempts to tie one NC Congressman to the president appear headed for failure.
October 30, 1998 -- Wisconsin Politics The Dairy State has three tight races that may affect the balance of power in Washington, D.C.
October 29, 1998 -- California Senate Update Two political scientists discuss why Matt Fong appears to be fading toward the finish.
October 28, 1998 -- Getting Personal The U.S. Senate race in New York turns nasty as election day nears. Terence Smith reports.
October 28, 1998 -- The Next Wave of Ads Three reporters discuss the latest wave of ads focusing on the Clinton-Lewinsky matter from the GOP.
October 28, 1998 -- A Big Week San Francisco Chronicle political reporter John Wildermuth reports on Senator Boxer's "big week" and Matt Fong's donation trouble.
October 27, 1998 -- The Texas Trail Governor George W. Bush campaigns for re-election and perhaps much more.
October 26, 1998 -- A Tough Man to Tar NC State's Michael A Dimock, an assistant professor of Political Science, discusses why attempts to tie freshman Bob Etheridge (D) to President Clinton have thus far failed.
October 26, 1998 -- On the Campaign Trail A look at First Lady Hillary Clinton on this year's campaign trail.
October 22, 1998 -- The Ad Blitz Media correspondent Terence Smith examines how the Lewinsky matter is playing out in campaign ads from across the country.
October 21, 1998 -- The Race to the Middle Two political scientists report on the fight for the middle ground in this year's election.
October 20, 1998 -- The Senate Debate San Francisco Chronicle political reporter John Wildermuth reports on last week's debate and the final two week's of the race.
October 19, 1998 -- A Question of Values? NC State political scientist on the Clinton/Lewinsky impact on one race.
October 14, 1998 -- A California Update Two political scientists take a look at the U.S. Senate race in California and what it reveals about the Golden State.
October 13, 1998 -- Public Opinion With the November elections weeks away, politicians will be watching the polls closely to see what effect the impeachment inquiry decision has had on the electorate.
October 13, 1998 -- The California Senate In-depth analysis of Barbara Boxer's tough reelection campaign.
October 12, 1998 -- Campaign Round-Up Three veteran political columnists profile the races to watch.
October 12, 1998 -- North Carolina House A closer look at one contentious election for North Carolina's Second Congressional District.
October 4, 1998 -- Open Contests Some of the most hotly contested congressional elections involve open seats, where an incumbent is not running for re-election.
October 4, 1998 -- Field Reports Correspondent Jeffrey Kaye reports on how the president's problems are shaping two campaigns for Congress, one in California, the other in North Carolina.
October 4, 1998 -- Impeachment Politics A full report and debate on the politics of impeachment.
October 4, 1998 -- Debating the Issues How will the budget and other issues impact Election '98?
October 4, 1998 -- Political Discourse A conversation between voters in Denver and Members of Congess.
September 28, 1998 -- Primary Concerns In an attempt to gain greater influence over presidential elections, the California legislature voted to move up the date of its presidential primary.
August 24, 1998 -- The Ripple Effect? The polls suggest the public doesn't care about the president's admitted relationship with a White House intern. But will the primaries tell a different story?
August 3, 1998 -- Open Debate Before the Shays-Meehan campaign finance reform bill passed the House of Representatives, congressmen particpated in a free debate on the subject. Margaret Warner discusses the matter with Representatives Zach Wamp and Anne Northup.
July 22, 1998 -- A Party Divided As the Republican party gears up for the Fall elections, one of the issues that has troubled moderates is the GOP's stand against homosexuality.
July 13, 1998 -- Setting Term Limits Some legislators in California are setting their own term limits, restricting their tenure to three two-year terms. What does this mean for the state's political climate? Spencer Michels reports.
June 18, 1998 -- Reading the Tea Leaves Less than five months from election day, the mid-term congressional races are beginning to take shape. Three veteran political reporters and pollster Andy Kohut examine the issues that could shape the upcoming election.
June 3, 1998 -- Primary Results A report on the California primary.
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