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Partisan Divide Over Voting Rights Has Intensified In Obama Era  |   

Since his early days in politics, President Obama has championed the cause of expanding access to the ballot box. But that cause is facing growing resistance, in the guise of preventing "voter fraud."

Obama Has To Balance His Base Without Hurting Dems In Red States  |   

If Democrats have a chance of hanging onto Senate seats in southern states, they need to do well with African American voters. But for President Obama, that creates a difficult balance between turning out the base and energizing GOP voters who don't like him.

In Tight Races, Both Parties Bank On Early Votes  |   

Two million people have already voted in next month's election, including President Obama. Locking in votes early is huge, particularly since control of the Senate rests in a handful of close races.

After Narrow Loss In 2012, GOP's Mia Love Finds New Strength In Utah  |   

Mia Love is running again in Utah's 4th Congressional District after losing to Democrat Jim Matheson in 2012. Now front-runner, she could become the first black female Republican elected to Congress.

Close Iowa Senate Race Could Come Down To How Women Vote  |   

Joni Ernst, who's an officer in the Iowa Army National Guard, presents herself as a mother, soldier, leader. But many women aren't responding to that.

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