The very close U.S. Senate race in New Hampshire could come down to where Republican challenger Scott Brown is from.
President Obama makes the case for economic policies that would benefit women amid hopes that women will turn out for Democrats on Election Day.
Knocking on doors in Colorado, Steve Inskeep asks Antionio Covello about the election. The successful Denver business owner, a conservative, weighs mineral rights, foreign policy and division at home.
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Those fighting new voting laws are watching the polls closely for evidence that the legislation restricts the right to vote. But these same groups are pushing voter turnout, in some cases to vote the proponents out of office.
Former U.S. Rep. Patrick J. Kennedy warns that if marijuana is legalized — there are votes Tuesday in Oregon, Alaska and D.C. — kids will be the ones to take the hit.
Over the past century, midterm elections have been pretty rough on the party that holds the White House.
Gary Morse developed a mega retirement community called The Villages. His Florida haven for retirees grew to become the largest master-planned community in the country. Morse died Wednesday at 77.
Incumbent Dannel Malloy and Republican rival Tom Foley are neck and neck; the race is so close that both the president and first lady will visit the state in the next few days. NPR's Melissa Block talks to Hartford Courant political reporter Daniela Altimari about the race.
When he was an undercover FBI agent, Michael Grimm adopted the persona of "Mikey Suits" to catch alleged mobsters. Now a congressman from Staten Island, Grimm is the target of tax evasion charges.
Described as a hard-nosed, old-school pragmatist, he was diagnosed with cancer shortly after leaving office in January.
We are victims of a catastrophic Supreme Court decision. The McCain-Finegold law of 2002 reformed campaigns with reasonable spending limits and mandatory disclosure of donors. Then, the U.S. Supreme Court created a gigantic loophole for large-scale, anonymous election-buying by corporations, political action committees and billionaires. Corporations are people, too. In the monumental Citizen’s United case in […]
Nine of the last 10 public, nonpartisan polls have now shown an edge for Republican Charlie Baker.
We take a look at the dueling ballot initiatives and consider whether the school shooting outside Seattle last week will affect the vote.