For Republicans, the Show Me State showed up, and the Texas GOP passed another major test. For the left, the grand prize was control of the House, in addition to several new governor’s mansions. Lisa Desjardins breaks down the high-profile…
What do Tuesday's midterm exit polls reveal about the ways gender, educational attainment and age played out differently across the nation? Judy Woodruff gets analysis from Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report.
Five-term Colorado Democrat Jared Polis on Tuesday became the first openly gay man to be elected a U.S. governor. Polis joins John Yang to discuss his historic win and his campaign for better health care, gun violence prevention, and renewable…
After Tuesday’s election, two key races are still too close to call. The high-profile Senate race between current Sen. Bill Nelson and outgoing Gov. Rick Scott is headed for a recount, while the contest for Georgia governor is still neck…
By Gary Fineout, Associated Press
Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson has not conceded. Though Gov. Rick Scott is leading, under state law in Florida, a recount is mandatory if the winning candidate's margin is 0.5 percentage points or less.
Trump was also pressed on why his campaign aired an ad featuring a Mexican immigrant convicted of killing American police officers and linking without evidence the man's actions to the caravan.
By Associated Press
President Donald Trump had taken a personal interest in defeating Tester, and had visited the state to campaign against the incumbent.
By Associated Press
Abrams told supporters at her election night party that they would "have a chance to do a do-over" in her race against Republican Brian Kemp, implying a runoff.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
In Tuesday's elections, McConnell said, the contentious, partisan fight over Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's nomination was "very helpful" in winning Senate seats, like an "adrenaline shot" for GOP voters.
By Daniel J. Mallinson, Lee Hannah, The Conversation
Two-thirds of all U.S. states have legalized some kind of marijuana. The argument goes that its nationwide expansion is inevitable. Two marijuana policy researchers question that narrative.
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