More people have voted early in at least 10 states than in 2010, and Republicans and Democrats alike say the numbers show they have the advantage in key Senate and gubernatorial races heading into Tuesday.
Days before the midterm elections, a state judge declined Tuesday to act in a dispute over 56,000 voter registration applications in one of the nation’s most politically charged states.
During a meeting on Thursday, President Barack Obama said he instructed Cabinet to make sincere efforts to change the way Washington works. Obama also says the message from Tuesday’s election was clear.
Attention Tea Party members: NO TEA PARTY ATTIRE ALLOWED AT THE POLLS!
Today is Election Day 2010!
Midterm elections can bring out the best and WORST in some people.
The leaders of the Republican and Democratic parties both see things going their way on Election Day.
The enthusiam gap between Democrats and Republicans is very real as the midterm elections approach.
First lady Michelle Obama says rallying voters to the polls is about more than just politics.
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp encourages voters to check out a special page on the website that can answer all of your questions about this year’s midterm elections in the state.