As last night's presidential debate made clear, there's never been a more unpredictable election. Or one where the stakes are so high. Voters won't only be selecting candidates for president and the U.S. Senate in November. They will also be deciding who sits on the U.S. Supreme Court for the next 20 years and choosing between two starkly different Americas.
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President Barack Obama wrapped up a two-day campaign swing Tuesday night by setting the stakes of the November election in dramatic terms for voters in Florida, the nation’s largest battleground state.
Iowa voters head for the caucuses Monday night for the first major referendum of the 2016 presidential elections. As Iowa voters consider their preferred candidates, stakes are high for contenders from both sides, who have jostled m...
The Republican presidential debate night in New Hampshire Saturday will feature the smallest array of candidates yet, but the stakes are larger than ever: For several candidates, this debate could be their swan song.
Monday night, President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney face off in the final presidential debate. The high stakes show the continuing importance of public opinion in American democracy.