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Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., discusses Republican accusations that Democrats are emboldening terrorists, the war in Iraq and what Tuesday's primary results suggest about his party's chances of taking back the House or Senate in November.
Lawmakers return to Washington this week after a month-long recess to focus on an agenda that includes increases in spending for defense and homeland security.
President Bush has begun a series of speeches to boost support for the war on terrorism. A Democrat and Republican debate U.S. foreign policy and its impacts on mid-term elections.
Democratic Senate candidate Claire McCaskill is hoping that support for embryonic stem cell research will be the key to ousting incumbent Republican Senator Jim Talent in Missouri's midterm elections. A special NewsHour series of election year reports - Choices '06…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
In the week before Labor Day's traditional fall campaign kickoff, Ohio governor's race has been anything but static.
After a rocky first term, Republican Gov. Frank Murkowski lost his chance at a second try for Alaska's governor's mansion.
By PBS NewsHour
Dogged by a federal corruption investigation, Rep. Bob Ney, R-Ohio, announced Monday he was abandoning his re-election campaign for his family's sake.
Voters went to the polls in eight states Tuesday, casting ballots in primaries for senators, and governors, and members of the House. Experts discuss what this means for November elections and the Bush administration.
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