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Midterm Elections

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Koch Joke

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Hell No

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The Grumpy Voter

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Beneath the Republican Wave, Voters Still Reject Right-Wing Ideology

In the wake of the 2014 midterm “wave election,” Americans will soon find out whether they actually want what they have wrought.

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In Need of a Rebuilding Plan

All right, all right, I didn’t see the wave coming. And it turned out to be a genuine wave—one with serious implications for 2016 and beyond.

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Tuesday Probably Meant Nothing for 2016

A more careful look at the returns significantly complicates the narrative that an American electorate, which recently tilted Democratic, has since shifted back to the Republican fold.

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Locked

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I Voted

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The Wave Election

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Could the Anonymous Street Artist Banksy Be a Woman?

A writer argues that the famous politically conscious graffiti artist is “probably” a woman; Harvard University secretly photographed about 2,000 students for a study; meanwhile, journalist Harvey Wasserman warns that “the GOP/corporate coup d’etat is nearly complete.” These discoveries and more after the jump.

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The Last Campaign Ad Ever

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Maximum Progress on the Minimum Wage

The movement toward a higher minimum wage prevailed in Tuesday’s elections, even in some of the reddest of states.

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Worse Than 2010

For Democrats, the 2014 election was not the 2010 Republican landslide. It was worse.

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Non-Voter Sponsored Message

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Stephen Colbert Hosts His Last Election-Themed ‘Colbert Report’ Live

“The Colbert Report” host is on his way out this year, but he squeezed some time in Tuesday night for live midterm election coverage and a visit from the devil.

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What the Midterm Elections Really Say About the GOP and Obama

The Guardian’s Gary Younge argues that though Republicans won the Senate on Tuesday, they didn’t “win big” by any means.

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Some Surprisingly Progressive Outcomes of the 2014 Midterm Elections

We all knew Republicans would take control of the Senate, but American voters had a few surprises up their sleeves.

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Keystone Will Benefit From Republican Rule

When asked on NPR’s special coverage of the midterm elections for an example of the kind of legislation Republicans could pass with a Democrat still occupying the White House, a GOP lawmaker spat out without any hesitation the Keystone XL pipeline.

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Rand Paul’s Pizza

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Republicans: Vote for Us or Get Beheaded While Pooping Blood

Jon Stewart gets in his last few swipes at the GOP before the midterm elections.

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‘Abortion Wars’ Continue as Midterm Debate in North Dakota Expands to In Vitro and End-of-Life Care

Money and strategists are shaping a nationally watched campaign amid talk of in vitro fertilization and end-of-life care.

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Republicans Are Probably, Definitely, Almost Certainly Going to Take the Senate

Depending on which stat blog you’re reading, Republicans have anywhere from a 63 to a 96 percent chance to win the Senate and take control of Congress.

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A Tough Game on Tea Party Turf

California Democrat Suzanne Savary seeks to oust Orange County conservative Dana Rohrabacher from the U.S. House seat he has held since 1988—a challenge much like trying to beat the Alabama football team in Tuscaloosa.

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Obama Still Counts on ‘Hopey-Changey Stuff’

President Obama has always had a thing about hope as an antidote to cynicism.

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The Koch Vote

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Smalley World

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Erupting Political Fear Mongering

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John Oliver on the ‘Elections That Actually Matter on Tuesday’

While most of the media are focusing on the midterm elections for the U.S. Senate, the “Last Week Tonight” host argues that we should be focusing on state legislatures at the polls.

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Why the Midterm Elections Should Matter Especially to Women

By Robert Reich

If Republicans take over Congress on Tuesday, the economic position of women will take a major hit.

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Big Money in Politics

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Campaign Ads at Work

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Republican Ads: Careful Whom You Vote for in Iowa Because We’ll Tell Your Neighbors

The Republican National Committee has resorted to “vote shaming” Iowans with ludicrously misleading Facebook ads.

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What Would Republicans Do?

Republicans still refuse to articulate any vision for governing.

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Is the Minimum Wage Really a Living Wage?

Under pressure to raise his state’s minimum wage, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker confidently declared that there was no need to do so.

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Obama’s ID

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GOP Rocks the Vote

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This Voter’s Story Will Make You Angry at Texas

Eric Kennie, 45, has never left his hometown of Austin, Texas, and he was raised to do “the right thing” and vote. But Texas won’t let him. Spoiler alert: He’s black.

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Moderate Thunder Out of Brownbackistan

If Republicans do as well nationwide next Tuesday as many expect, they should pay attention to what’s happening in Kansas.

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The Most Expensive Midterm Ever

The system has always stunk, but now the campaign contributions are bigger and far more secret.

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The Republicans’ Profane Attack on the Sacred Right to Vote

There is a database housed in Arkansas with your name in it ... that is, if you live in one of the 28 states participating in the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program.

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The Tsumoney

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GOP Campaigns

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‘Left, Right & Center’: Fear in Canada and Ebola in New York

Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer and the other “Left, Right & Center” panelists discuss the shooting on Ottawa’s Parliament Hill, the Doctors Without Borders physician with Ebola in New York City, and whether Republicans will win all six competitive seats in the Senate.

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Airbags

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Ebola Buddy

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WMDs

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Elizabeth Warren Is the Star of This Show

Sen. Elizabeth Warren says she isn’t running for president. At this rate, however, she may have to.

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The Blue-Collar Imperative

Democrats in Kentucky and Georgia are pushing hard to win back the white working-class vote from Republicans.

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Jon Stewart: ‘It’s Hard to Imagine This Is Our Country’

When current Florida Gov. Rick Scott initially refused to debate former Gov. Charlie Crist due to a “ball fan” placed beneath Crist’s legs Wednesday night, the “Daily Show” host rediscovered the reason he got into the business of political satire in the first place.

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