Democrats In 2 Swing Districts Are Split On Impeachment; Voters Are Wary

June 4, 2019 - 12:41pm EDT
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Democrats won back the House in 2018 because they beat GOP candidates in areas like two of New Jersey's swing districts. But two freshmen there are split on how to handle impeachment.

Oct 29 - 3:49pm EDT

The presidential race is a toss-up in North Carolina, a state President Trump won with less than 50% of the vote in 2016. Supporters of Trump and Joe Biden are working hard to turn out more voters.

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In many key counties, volunteers have stepped up to fill poll worker shortages. But elsewhere staffing concerns continue.

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More than 6 million voters under the age of 30 have cast early ballots, compared to roughly 2 million at the same time in 2016. The number of first-time voters in that group has doubled in four years.

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Five days before the end of voting, we have a status report on Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. Those three states flipped to Donald Trump in 2016.

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President Trump again skipped Phoenix during his latest campaign swing through Arizona, as the campaign returns to its 2016 playbook — hoping rural voters will decide the close election.

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A new mobile voting center is cruising through Santa Cruz, Calif., this election season. It's especially important for people who lost their homes in recent wildfires.

Oct 29 - 5:03am EDT

These are the 13 races that will determine control of the Senate in the next Congress. To win control, Democrats would need to net-gain four seats, or three seats plus control of the White House.

Oct 28 - 8:17pm EDT

It was the second time the high court refused a GOP effort to block a three-day extension for counting absentee ballots in Pennsylvania. Justice Amy Coney Barrett did not participate in either case.

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Miles Taylor defended his decision to criticize the president anonymously, saying it forced Trump to address the merits of the claims "rather than creating distractions through petty insults."