By Anna Christiansen
PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs asked teens across the country for their reaction to an 18-year-old running for office and whether they could ever imagine themselves doing the same.
By Thaisi Da Silva
In October, the PBS NewsHour's Extra team sent an anonymous online questionnaire about politics to 80 schools in the Student Reporting Labs network, which trains middle and high school students in video journalism. Here's what they had to say.
By Vanessa Dennis
We will be tracking returns with Associated Press data in our live election results center. Also join us in our live blog and on our homepage to watch the PBS NewsHour with Gwen Ifill and…
By Nora Daly
As control of the U.S. Senate hangs in the balance, PBS NewsHour is bringing you live results and analysis this Election Day.
By Domenico Montanaro, Simone Pathe, Rachel Wellford
Tune into the PBS NewsHour tonight for more than seven hours of live election coverage. You also can download our 2014 PBS Election Briefing Book and learn about which states' political parties spent the most in campaign ads in Tuesday's…
By Nedra Pickler, Associated Press
A look at the news, events and the stories to watch for on Election Day.
By PBS NewsHour
The front-runner in one of West Virginia’s state delegate races is a college freshman who won her primary while still in high school. Meet Saira Blair, an 18-year-old Republican and the daughter of a state senator, who says she wants…
By PBS NewsHour
In some midterm Senate races, Republicans have tried to leverage negative public opinion of the president against their Democratic challengers. Stuart Rothenberg of The Rothenberg Political Report and Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report join Gwen Ifill to discuss…
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