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2014 Elections

Strategic impact of mid-term elections: GOP still silent on new U.S. policy
www.worldtribune.com
Voters in the United States of America could not have spoken more clearly than they did on Nov. 4, when, in the mid-term Congressional and gubernatorial elections, they resoundingly rejected the polices of President Barack Hussein Obama and — by default — the Democratic Party. [...]
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How Elise Stefanik Became The Youngest Woman Ever Elected to Congress
atr.rollcall.com
Rep.-elect Elise Stefanik's path to victory in New York reflected the trajectory of the midterms nationally, as Republicans invaded Democratic territory to make double-digit gains in the House. [...]
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1 Senate, 5 House Contests Still Too Close To Call
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There are six uncalled races left from last week's midterm elections. [...]
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US mid-terms: White House holds cross-party talks
www.bbc.co.uk
US President Barack Obama and leaders in the House and Senate have held cross-party talks aimed at ending political gridlock in Washington. [...]
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Ratings Change: Louisiana Senate
blogs.rollcall.com
There was a chance the entire country would be spending the month of November focused on Louisiana, as the Senate majority hinged on the fate of Democratic [...]
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Obama and Republicans playing nicely for now
www.bbc.co.uk
If you are a parent and you have two kids who are squabbling badly you have the sanction of sending them to their rooms. [...]
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Post-mid-term advice to Republican Congress: Don’t govern
www.bbc.co.uk
According to the editors of the National Review, there's only one thing for Republicans to do with their new-found control of the US Congress: nothing. The political reality is that as long as President Barack Obama is in office and can veto bills he doesn't like, Republicans aren't going to be able to achieve any of their legislative objectives. So why try? [...]
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US mid-terms 2014: Results
www.bbc.co.uk
Mid-terms 2014 A total of 36 seats in the Senate were contested. [...]
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2014 midterm elections becoming a referendum on Obama
www.cbsnews.com
In the earliest wave of exit polls, a majority of voters say they're taking their opinions of the president to the ballot box [...]
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Vice President Joe Biden: Democrats will keep Senate
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Vice President Joe Biden isn't buying the growing consensus heading into Election Day that Republicans are poised to take control of the Senate. [...]
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What pot ballots mean for midterms
blogs.reuters.com
Gallup says 58 percent of Americans support marijuana legalization, while just 1 percent of Senators do. It should be no surprise that a paltry 8 percent of likely U.S. voters think Congress is doing a good job. [...]
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Obama says he sees ‘worst possible’ Senate map since Eisenhower
www.reuters.com
President Barack Obama said on Tuesday that the Senate electoral map heavily favors Republicans, making it the toughest grouping of races faced by a second-term president since Republican [...]
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Will the US mid-term elections change anything?
www.bbc.co.uk
There are two stories running big in the United States at the moment - the mid-term elections and Ebola. For Barack Obama, it is as though the two have become horribly confused. For it seems all the Democratic Party hopefuls fighting in the key Senate seats tomorrow are treating him as though he were infected by Ebola. [...]
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US mid-terms: Five things to know
www.bbc.co.uk
The mid-term elections in the US are one week away. Unlike the presidential vote, with one clear winner, these polls are a bit more complicated. So what are the key points to remember? [...]
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US mid-terms: Polling under way with Senate battle key
www.bbc.co.uk
Americans are voting in mid-term elections which will decide who controls the Senate and pave the way for the 2016 race for the White House. Polling booths opened in the eastern states at 06:00 local time (11:00 GMT). [...]
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