Georgia’s governor race is not over yet.
Democrats Flip House in Midterm Election
Democrats have flipped the U.S. House of Representatives following Tuesday’s midterm elections, gaining control for the first time since 2011. Republicans retained control of the Senate, with President Trump tweeting “tremendous success” for his party. NBC White House correspondent Peter Alexander reports for TODAY.
DeSantis Claims Victory Over Gillum in Florida
Republican Governor-elect Ron DeSantis triumphed over Democrat Andrew Gillum in Florida in a hard-fought election that brought Gillum national prominence.
Floridians Vote in Historic Amendment
Floridians vote to make changes to dog racing, the future of casinos and felons right to vote.
Ted Cruz Defeats Beto O'Rouke in Texas
Cruz, O'Rourke Race Came Down To A Few Hundred Thousand Votes
Missouri Voters Legalize Medical Marijuana
There were three initiatives on the state's ballot this year, but only one passed.
Ocasio-Cortez Makes Congressional History
Ocasio-Cortez campaigned to the left of incumbent Democrat Joe Crowley in what was projected to be a safe Democratic seat.
NRCC makes predictions for volatile midterms
Matt Gorman of the National Republican Congressional Committee joins Morning Joe to discuss where the GOP is on Election Day for the midterms.
Facebook Removes More Pages on Eve of Election
The company said Monday night that it took down 30 accounts from its namesake platform and another 85 accounts from Instagram.
Polls Open, America Votes
Residents of Arlington, Virginia headed to the polls early on Tuesday, joining citizens across the United States to vote in mid-term elections that will determine whether Democrats can win enough seats in Congress to wrestle control of at least one of the two chambers, which are now both controlled by Republicans. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Trump Threatens 'Penalties' For 'Illegal Voting'
President Trump has warned against any "illegal voting" in the midterm elections.
Bloomberg Spends $5 on Ad Before Midterms
Former New York City mayor and potential 2020 presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg spent $5 million on an ad supporting Democrats ahead of the midterm election. Veuer's Justin Kircher has the story.
Trump Trails Obama & Oprah in 2020 Matchups
President Trump could lose re-election in 2020 to a woman, based on a new poll matching up his net favorability with potential female candidates.
How Are Celebrities Affecting Voter Turnout?
Celebrities are out in force – in ad campaigns, on social media, and going door-to-door urging people to get out and vote. Stephanie Ruhle breaks down why elections this year are shaping up to be different. Weighing in: GOP Strategist Evan Siegfried and Princeton professor Eddie Glaude.
How to Talk Politics and Maintain the Peace
Ahead of the midterm elections, “Mr. Manners” etiquette expert Thomas Farley joins TODAY to share the best practices for talking politics with friends and family while also maintaining the harmony.
Midterm Could Change Marijuana Industry
With marijuana on the ballot in four states, the midterm elections could be the next biggest catalyst for the marijuana industry, which got beaten up in October. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and MJ Fund Partner Jason Wilson discuss.
Pence Hits at Stacey Abrams' 'Hollywood' Endorsers
'I’m Kind of a Big Deal Too,’ Pence Hits at Stacey Abrams' 'Hollywood' Endorsers After Oprah's Viral Endorsement Speech
Midterm: What Matters Most to Colorado Voters
Ahead of the midterms, NBC's Jacob Soboroff heads to Colorado, where people vote at higher rates than almost anywhere else in the country. One local race in a district that’s been leaning Democratic could help flip the House.
24M votes counted 5 days ahead of midterms
With only five days left until the 2018 midterm elections, more than 24 million American’s don’t need a reminder to vote because they have already done it. Stephanie Ruhle breaks down the latest in midterm news across the country.
Trump kicks off final rallies ahead of midterms
With five days until the midterm elections, President Trump is delivering his closing arguments for Republican candidates, holding ten rallies across eight states. Democrats are also bringing out big names, including former President Barack Obama and Oprah Winfrey, as both sides try to keep momentum going. NBC’s Peter Alexander reports for TODAY.
How Will Oprah Factor Play in Georgia's Race?
Oprah Winfrey will hold two town halls and knock on doors with Georgia Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams today, with just five days left in one of the closest and most contentious governor's races in the country. NBC’s Catie Beck, Washington Bureau Chief for the Boston Herald Kimberly Atkins, and Co-Founder of the Black Voters Matter Fund LaTosha Brown join Hallie Jackson to discuss if the Oprah factor will have an impact.
Trend Lines Come Together in Kansas Gubernatorial Race
State Sen. Laura Kelly (D), Republican Sec. of State Kris Kobach, and independent Greg Orman are vying for the Kansas governor seat. The WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains why this race is worth watching. Photos: AP and Getty
Record Number of Young Voters Say They'll Vote
It looks like younger voters are going to be one of the key deciding factors in this years midterm elections. Veuer's Nick Cardona breaks down the latest polling data.
Here's How the Midterms Shape LGBTQ Laws
While presidential elections garner far more interest than midterm elections, the midterms tend to determine the balance of power in states, which is where the bulk of policies that affect queer Americans are set. In this episode of The Library, activists and writers Gabriel Arana and Adam Eli join sit down to discuss the state of LGBTQ rights and explain why voting this midterm season is more important than ever. Powered by Google.
Eleven Days to Midterms: Where We Stand
Eleven days left until the midterm elections. Will the GDP report affect Republicans? Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Adam Shapiro, Andy Serwer and The Kings College professor Brian Brenberg discuss with Jon Fasman, Washington correspondent, The Economist.
Millennials Influenced by Student Debt
Millennials are saying that student debt could influence the way they vote in the midterm elections, according to a recent survey. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Sibile Marcellus discuss.
Midterms: What Voters Care About Most
A new poll shows health care is the top issue this election year, with 71 percent of voters saying it’s “very important” in deciding who they’ll send to Congress this November. NBC’s Morgan Radford talks to voters with pre-existing conditions who are especially concerned.
A New Breed of Political Ad Enters the Midterms
This year's midterms have a new type of ad. It's low budget, never airs on TV, and is helping unknown, novice candidates make headlines. Photo: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez/Means of Production
Interest in Midterms Surge Among 1 Demographic
A new WSJ/NBC News Poll has found that interest in the midterm elections has swelled among specific demographic groups. The WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains. Photo: Getty
The High Stakes of the Trump Midterms
Susan Glasser discusses how the history of midterm elections can help us understand 2018’s toughest campaigns.
Environmental Issues Break FL Red-Blue Divide
Chuck visits Tampa, Florida, where voters seem more engaged than ever ahead of key senate and gubernatorial races. But the one issue uniting both Democrats and Republicans? The environment.
How Much Can We Trust Polls?
Midterms are rapidly approaching and everyone is hyper focused on the polls. But how much weight should you actually give those predictions? We all know what happened in 2016 - almost all the polls had Hillary Clinton in the lead. And this year, we saw surprise victories in the primaries. NBC News Signal’s Simone Boyce explains how much we can really trust one poll.
Which Popular Apps Encourage Voter Turnout
Your favorite apps are gearing up for this year's midterm election, with Uber, Lyft and Tinder leading the way. Tinder will now give users information on how to register and learn about each candidate by swiping left or right. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Adam Shapiro, Liz Young and Brian Sozzi discuss.
Gillum: Floridians Overwhelming Denounce Racism
Democratic Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum responds to a robocall featuring racist attacks against him.
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