• Poll Closing Times

    Poll Closing Times

    Note: All times on map image are in Eastern Time. Our election coverage begins at 6 PM and goes to 1 AM, with Guy Benson joining me in the studio to keep you posted and the results coming as fast as they are available anywhere else.

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  • The Left’s Tactics — a Personal Example

    Last week, I was a speaker and the emcee at a rally convened by the Republican Party and WLSS, the Sarasota station that carries my radio show. The other speakers were Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, and Ralph Reed, founder of the Faith and Freedom…

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  • “Do the Clintons still have their magic?”

    This question was posed by The New York Times this morning, and then answered this way: With Mr. Obama largely sidelined because of unpopularity, Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton became their party's most in-demand figures on the campaign trail. Between them, they visited 25 states for more than 30 Democratic…

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  • Thom Tillis On The Close Of The Campaign ’14 And NC Media: “Liberal Media In Charlotte And Raleigh Have Handled [Hagan] With Special Care”

    North Carolina Senate GOP nominee Thom Tillis opned Monday's show and he reacted to the report that only this weekend the North Carolina Department of Energy and Natural Resources opened an investigation into Senator Kay Hagan's family business receiving stimulus funds: Audio: 11-03hhs-tillis Transcript: HH: We begin with the next…

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  • Tuesday’s Last Chance Vote

    Tuesday’s Last Chance Vote

    Byron York reports that Michelle Nunn's numbers are falling and have been falling since mid-October, that Republican David Perdue is ahead and gaining ground. Either Perdue will win outright Tuesday or in a January run-off. So will Republican Bill; Cassidy win, but almost certainly in a December run-off. Mary Landrieu…

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  • Liberation From Loony Libertarians

    If Republicans fall short of taking control of the US Senate in next week's elections, oddball activists behind quixotic third party campaigns will deserve part of the blame (or credit, if you're a liberal). At least voters in Oregon will be able to cast ballot for a worthwhile reform to…

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  • For Whom The Bell Tolls

    For Whom The Bell Tolls

    No, not the Tampa Bay Bucs, though that happened as well. For Democrats, especially Senate Democrats, for reason's outlined in in my Washington Examiner column. Guy Benson joins me in studio for our election eve broadcast Monday, and will be co-hosting our Salem Radio Network with me election night coverage…

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  • “Washington Braces for Democrat Defeat” by Clark S. Judge

    The weekly column from Clark Judge: Washington Braces for Democrat Defeat By Clark S. Judge: managing director, White House Writers Group, inc.; chairman, Pacific Research Institute Though Real Clear Politics' race-by-race report on the average of polls is only just now beginning to reflect it, for several days the Washington…

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