Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New Times columnist David Brooks discuss the debate this election season over campaign spending and the role of outside money.
Paul Solman tracks the outside money pouring into some campaigns and examines how big of an influence they have. This is all part of his regular reporting on 'Making Sense of Financial News'.
For tips on key races to watch, Gwen Ifill talks to NewsHour's Political Editor David Chalian and analyst Stuart Rothenberg of the Rothenberg Political Report.
Many voters cast their final decision on candidates at the polls nationwide. After tireless campaign pitches, ads, speeches and rallies Election Day is here. Kwame Holman reports on voter turnout.
What happens after the polling numbers are in and the seats in Congress are determined? Leslie Sanchez and Karen Finney -- strategists from both parties -- join Judy Woodruff to discuss what's at stake for Democrats and Republicans.
Judy Woodruff talks to Haley Barbour, chairman of the Republican Governors Association, about what this election means for Republicans and how a new Congress would work with the White House.
On the eve of Election Day, Gwen Ifill talks about the stakes for the midterm vote with Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine.
Special Correspondent Betsy Stark examines how the sour economy is influencing voters and a close House race in Michigan.
Recent poll numbers show that Democrats are in trouble, even among some voters that supported the president's agenda two years ago. But the Obama administration insists there is no indication that there will be a huge disappointment for the Democratic…
As campaigning enters the home stretch before Election Day, job losses and the economy remain dominant issues in races across the country -- especially in the former manufacturing powerhouse of northeastern Ohio. Special correspondent Betsy Stark reports on one of…
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