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Politicians fight to win over suburban women

In places like Virginia’s 10th Congressional District, both parties are fighting for 2018’s most prized voters, suburban women —swing voters seen as key to winning in this contentious election cycle.

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Bonus episode: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell speaks with AP

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell speaks with AP about the contentious confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, the upcoming midterm elections and President Donald Trump.

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Show-Me State showdown

Missouri’s Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill is making a bid for a third term in a state that’s become increasingly red, setting up a nationally watched showdown that could prove key to which party controls the U.S. Senate.

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Spoiler Alert: Could Gary Johnson’s third-party bid cloud New Mexico’s Senate race?

Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson has jumped into his home state’s U.S. Senate race in a bid to unseat the Democratic incumbent. We explore what impact this pot-smoking, Libertarian ex-presidential candidate could have on the race….

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On thin ice: Minnesota is one place Dems could lose ground in November

Long a Democratic stronghold, Minnesota has four congressional seats that are looking like toss-ups in November as the issues dividing voters around the country come into sharp focus. Also: hockey.

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Upsets and uphill fights: The stage is set for an unpredictable midterm

With less than two months to go before the November midterm elections, we talk about what trends are emerging and what surprises to look out for.

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Is Massachusetts upset a sign of a younger, more progressive Democratic party?

What do primary upsets like the one in Massachusetts mean for the future of the Democratic party? Are they a function of a younger, more diverse electorate? Or a long-term push to the left?

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Making the call: How the AP declares election night winners

From tallying votes to declaring winners to polling voters, The Associated Press has played a crucial role in every major American election for more than 150 years. Here’s how and why we do it.

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Out of Whack: Packing, cracking and the art of the partisan gerrymander

Every 10 years, congressional district lines are redrawn by politicians hoping to strengthen their party. How statehouse elections impact Washington and national politics.

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Trump doesn’t wait until Election Day to wade into Florida politics

Presidents tend to stay out of primary politics in midterm elections, backing nominees only after voters have had their say. But Donald Trump has put his finger on the scale in Florida’s gubernatorial race by tweeting his endorsement…

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Has Arizona changed enough to vote a Democrat into the Senate?

With Republican candidates moving to the right in Arizona, can a former Green Party activist win over centrists?

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#MeToo shaking up politics? In state houses, not so much

Allegations of sexual misconduct have cost a lot of powerful people their jobs in the age of #MeToo, but in state politics, many candidates are following the example of President Trump and weathering the storm.

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Will Trump’s tariffs sting Republican candidates in trade-dependent red states?

President Trump has launched tariffs he believes will lead to better trade deals for U.S. manufacturers in the future, but retaliatory tariffs are hurting farmers now. How will Republicans in trade-dependent states like Tennessee stay true…

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Can Abrams make history in Georgia as country’s first African-American woman governor?

Georgia’s Stacey Abrams faces an uphill battle to become the first black woman elected governor in the United States. But her star power has drawn national attention and motivated some of her party’s most loyal voters: fellow black…

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Centrist Heitkamp treads tightrope in Trump-loving North Dakota

Candidates with complicated relationships with President Donald Trump face uphill battles in places where the president is popular, like reliably Republican North Dakota. The president’s chance to nominate another Supreme Court justice…

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Supreme Court vacancy pushes state abortion politics to national spotlight

Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement put the national spotlight onto abortion and state restrictions that could be upheld by a more conservative court. We look at one such law in Iowa and the possible impact of the court…

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Will family separation outcry hurt Texas GOP?

In Texas, can outrage over the Trump administration’s policy that led to children being separated from their parents at the border let Democrats flip a coveted Senate seat from Republican control? Rep. Beto O’Rourke is grabbing…

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Once a ‘Never Trumper,’ Romney’s evolution mirrors GOP’s as he makes Senate bid

Mitt Romney faces a primary June 26 in his bid to replace Orrin Hatch as Utah’s next U.S. senator. AP reporters Steve Peoples and Lindsay Whitehurst discuss his evolution from fierce critic of candidate Trump to a supporter of the president….

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