In this edition: The muscular new left, a conversation with Richard Ojeda, and Ohio falling off the 2020 map.
In this edition: What’s left to count, who’s worried about election fraud, what’s on the air in Mississippi, and how the 2020 Democrats did in the midterms.
In this edition: Our divided country as seen from the states; the worst takes about what happened; the Bernie Sanders prognosis.
“If this were tied to a candidate or a party, I didn’t think it would succeed.”
In this edition: Where things stand, what we learned about turnout, lessons for the right and the left, where polls were wrong, and who had a bad night.
Send in your questions for a live Q&A.
In this edition: What to watch tonight, hour by hour; when good polls go bad; the amendments you’ll be hearing about later; and what both parties are worried about.
In this edition: The pivot points of the midterms, the final polls, the final ads, and the predictions that will look either brilliant or ridiculous in 48 hours.
In this edition: New Jersey as the midterm crucible, big turnout (almost) everywhere, a clear poll lead for Democrats, and how do you solve a problem like Menendez?
Approaches to health care, taxes and regulations would differ dramatically depending on Tuesday’s winner.