In Iowa, Biden lays out his case against Trump

Former Vice President Joe Biden, in the battleground state of Iowa, unleashes verbal attacks against President Donald Trump that felt more appropriate for the final weeks before Election Day than 17 months before voters go to the polls. (June 12)

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Trump honors officers with Medal of Valor awards

Fourteen public safety officers were awarded the nation’s highest honor for bravery from President Donald Trump on Wednesday, including eight who responded to a mass shooting on Election Day 2016 in southern California. (May 22)

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Trump: Islamic State territory in Syria eliminated

With a map in hand, President Donald Trump announced that all Islamic State-held territory in Syria has been eliminated. A close up of the map shows it depicting the group’s footprint in 2014, not Election Day, as Trump states. (March 22)

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Dozens honor Susan B. Anthony on Election Day

(7 Nov 2018) Voters showed up by the dozens to put their “I Voted” stickers on the headstone of Susan B. Anthony Tuesday, an Election Day ritual that pays homage to the voting rights pioneer. (Nov. 7)

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Some hiccups but record voters turnout in Phoenix

(6 Nov 2018) Maricopa County’s top election official says Election Day turnout in metro Phoenix is almost on par with a presidential election. Adrian Fontes says more than 86,000 ballots were cast at polling places after just a few hours Tuesday morning. (Nov 6)

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NYC voters talk about why they voted

(6 Nov 2018) It’s Election Day in America, and voters will deliver their first verdict of President Donald Trump’s tumultuous tenure in a midterm that’s expected to draw historic numbers to the polls. (Nov. 6)

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Longoria, Ferrera, Saldana rally for Latino votes

(5 Nov 2018) Eva Longoria, Rosario Dawson, Zoe Saldana, America Ferrera and Gina Rodriguez took to the streets of Miami in an attempt to rally people to vote ahead of Election Day. (Nov. 5)

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Democrats focus on South ahead of Election Day

(24 Oct 2018) After decades of losing ground across most of the South, Democrats are finding unexpected energy in the region during the 2018 midterm elections. (Oct. 24)

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Why Democrats Care So Much About Early Voting (HBO)

PHOENIX, Arizona — Election Day is still a couple of weeks away. But in dozens of states across the country, voters can already vote — and Democrats are pouring millions of dollars into making that happen.

Resources are finite in any campaign, especially in the final days. A dollar spent is a precious thing. An hour spent is even more precious.

The Democrats often struggle to get their base out in midterm elections. But early voting gives them more chances to try to make that happen.

VICE News goes inside the Democrats’ early vote turnout operation in Arizona to see how it works.

“People who need to take a little more time to do the research are also going to vote early because they’ve got the opportunity to do so,” Felecia Rotellini, Arizona Democratic Party chairwoman, told VICE News. And we believe that when Arizona voters — Republican, Democrats, independent — go to look at whom they should vote for, they’re gonna pick Democrats.”

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What To Expect From Kavanaugh Accuser’s Senate Testimony (HBO)

It’s been 27 years since Anita Hill made her explosive sexual harassment allegations against then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas.

And while American attitudes towards sexual harassment may have changed considerably over the decades — the way they’re handled in a Supreme Court nomination fight on Capitol Hill hasn’t.

Republicans are using many of the same tactics they adopted during the Anita Hill hearings in October of 1991 to defend their current nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, against allegations of sexual misconduct from psychologist and professor Christine Blasey Ford and others.

Then, as now, it’s partly a matter of controlling the optics: Thomas’s wife seemed always positioned where she was sure to be near her husband in the shot during the hearings; Kavanaugh, meanwhile, had his wife next to him while he answered questions about the allegations on Fox News this past weekend.

It’s also about managing the message. Thomas and Kavanaugh both responded to the allegations against them with similar rhetoric — each categorically denying any wrongdoing, and describing themselves as the real victims in politically-driven attempts at character assasination. Both in 1991 and today, Republicans took aim at the accusers, raising questions about their credibility.

The tactics seemed to work for Clarence Thomas — he was ultimately confirmed to the bench. But Manus Cooney, a Republican lawyer on the Judiciary Committee during the Anita Hill hearings, said the aggressive questioning from a panel of all-male Senators hurt the GOP in the election the following year.

“The legacy of that hearing is a woman made an allegation of sexual harassment, and was taken to task by a committee of white men. That had consequences. [1992] was the ‘Year of the Woman,” he told VICE News, referring to the nickname given to the 1992 elections after four new women were elected to the Senate, bringing the total number of women in the chamber to five.

The room for error may be even greater for Republicans this time, with Election Day just six weeks away. And that may explain two major differences between the 1991 hearings and Thursday’s: Republicans brought in a female outside counsel to question Ford, and Thursday’s hearing will be considerably shorter, with Senators allowed just five minutes each to question Ford and Kavanaugh, rather than the two days they had to question Hill and Thomas.

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Democrats optimistic as sprint to midterms begins

(10 Sep 2018) Control of Congress and the future of Donald Trump’s presidency are on the line as the 2018 primary season draws down, jumpstarting a two-month sprint to Election Day that will test Democrats’ ability to harness a wave of opposition to Trump. (Sept. 10)

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Stormy Daniels: I Can Now Tell my Story

The porn star whom President Donald Trump’s longtime personal attorney acknowledged paying $130,000 just before Election Day believes she is now free to discuss her alleged sexual encounter with the president. (Feb. 14)

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Alabama Democrat Doug Jones Votes in Senate Race

Democratic Alabama Senate candidate Doug Jones says he feels “very confident” on Election Day as he runs against Republican Roy Moore. Supporters greeted Jones as he arrived to vote at a church in Mountain Brook on Tuesday. (Dec. 12)

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Voting machine failures reported in several states during historic US election day

Voters waited up to an hour to cast their ballots for presidential candidates as long lines became a signature motif of Election Day in New York, Miami and Washington, DC. There have been some reports of voting irregularities at polling stations – READ MORE http://on.rt.com/7uai

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Russia votes in nationwide Election Day (Duma elections 101)

The general election is underway in Russia with 450 seats in the lower chamber of the parliament up for grabs. Russians are also casting ballots in dozens of regional and municipal elections in what is called Single Election Day on Sunday.

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Tensions Surround Ukrainian Parliamentary Elections: Russian Roulette (Dispatch 82)

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On October 26, parliamentary elections were held in much of Ukraine — including long-embattled areas in the east. Wary of interference from separatists, armed guards manned polling stations and escorted completed ballots to ensure their safety. Turnout in the region was low, however, as residents appeared reluctant to vote. And in the rebel-held Donetsk People’s Republic, elections weren’t held at all — on November 2, pro-Russia separatists there will hold their own elections in hopes of legitimizing their self-proclaimed republic.

VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky spent Election Day visiting candidates, polling stations, and an electoral commission to find out how the political process was progressing amid the heightened levels of tension.

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