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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…
How is the economy playing out as an election issue across the U.S. and what are candidates saying about it? Jeffrey Brown gets perspectives from Gene Grant of KNME in Albuquerque, N.M.; Cathy Lewis of WHRV in Hampton Roads, Va.;…
Political Editor David Chalian speaks with Margaret Warner about a new set of polls showing Republicans leading among likely voters and the midterm campaigning focusing more on President Obama's job performance.
Special correspondent Betsy Stark reports from Indiana, a rust belt state, where there is a battle to get out the youth vote. This is the first report of a new series from Patchwork Nation project.
With four weeks until Election Day, incumbent Democratic Sen. Russ Feingold of Wisconsin is facing a tough midterm battle against GOP challenger Ron Johnson. Judy Woodruff reports.
President Obama finished out a three-day, four-state campaign trip in hopes of revving up Democratic supporters for the midterm elections.
Gwen Ifill speaks with election observer Scott Worden about the latest vote in Afghanistan and concerns about violence, fraud and low turnout.
Some citizens risked their lives to vote in Afghanistan's weekend elections. The vote counting is expected to be slow and numerous reports of fraud at the polls will be investigated. Gwen Ifill reports.
In President Obama's latest attempt to boost the economy, he plans to propose allowing businesses to write off new capital investments through 2011. However, new polls paint a grim picture for him and congressional Democrats. Political editor David Chalian examines…
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