Analysis/Opinion If President Obama suffered a “shellacking” in the 2010 elections, then what he endured Tuesday night was nothing short of a vicious gangland beatdown the likes of which have rarely been seen before in the history of electoral politics. This, of course, is a wonderful and well-deserved outcome. But beware: America now enters the …

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Voters have experienced technical difficulties as a result of possible “calibration issues” affecting touch-screen voting machines in Virginia Beach and Newport News, Virginia, the Virginia Department of Elections confirmed on Tuesday. The office of U.S. Rep. Scott Rigell (R-Va.) released video recorded by a voter that appears to show him trying to vote for a …

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Former Charlotte mayor and convicted felon Patrick Cannon appeared to cast a ballot Tuesday, putting him in violation of his bond, an official told a local news outlet. Greg Forrest, who heads Charlotte’s U.S. Probation Office, told the Observer the action might have the 47-year-old Democrat in front of a judge again. “Let’s cut to the …

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Glenn Beck said Tuesday that there are “millions of reasons” to vote in the midterm elections, and many of them haven’t been born yet. “There is the size of government. Who are we really?” Beck said on his radio program. “The right to life. The national debt. … We have religious freedoms that are at …

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If the Democrats lose control of the Senate tonight, it’ll be in keeping with a tradition of sorts — the president’s party typically loses Senate seats in the sixth year of an administration. AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File In 2006, Republicans lost six seats and the Senate majority for the final two years of George …

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An elections administrator in Bexar County, Texas, says her office is investigating a voting machine that appeared to leave off Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott’s name. “We’ve had complaints that we don’t understand,” Jacque Callanen told TheBlaze. “I’m sending someone out to bring that booth into us.” An image of the voting booth was posted on …

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Dear Ignorant People, Please don’t vote today. Don’t exercise your rights today. Don’t participate in the sacred democratic ritual. Just sit on your couch and watch reruns on Bravo, or whatever it is you do with your time. But please don’t vote. Please, dear God, I beg you. Don’t vote. And realize, friends, that I …

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  Here’s the most unusual tracking situations that we have ever seen. Watch as this youth hunter tracks her Deer during a Rifle Youth Hunt and where she finds her Deer. Like Them —>>> Catskill Outdoors

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As people head out to the polls this Tuesday, eagerly anticipating the results from midterm elections later tonight, a new study suggests that some people might end up with a little bit of the blues. Research from Washington University in St. Louis, Harvard Kennedy School and the University of California, Los Angeles suggests that supporters, …

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Progressives tell us that men are destructive rulers the world, low-intelligence Neanderthals and oppressors of women. Thanks to modern science, men are not even essential for procreation. In a culture where women are encouraged to be empowered and independent in the workplace and at home, men are left searching for their place in society and …

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As Americans head to the polls on Election Day, voters in 18 states will be casting their ballots under the watchful eye of the Department of Justice. The DOJ is sending poll watchers to some of the sites of today’s most closely contested Senate races including Georgia, Kansas and North Carolina. In a video statement …

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What do voters truly understand about major public policy issues that impact them? In the days leading up the 2014 elections, Just Facts commissioned a nationwide poll of likely voters to scientifically determine this. While most polls focus on public opinion, this one measured public knowledge. The poll consisted of 20 questions—one concerning voters’ political …

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Fox News producer Jesse Watters hit the streets of Washington, D.C. ahead of Tuesday’s midterm elections to quiz random passersby with various political questions — and some didn’t perform so well. “When are you going to vote?” Watters asked one individual who was handing out political flyers outside the White House. “Um — when the …

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Democratic leaders have no plans to host any large election night parties in Washington, D.C., leading some to conclude that it’s another sign the political party does not expect to fare well in Tuesday’s midterm elections. “The DNC will not be holding any press events on Election Day. Thank you very much for your patience,” …

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Author and political commentator Mark Steyn said Monday that we are living in a “post-constitutional order” where President Barack Obama seems to “[wake] up every morning and [decide] which portions of the Obamacare law apply and which portions of the immigration laws apply and which he’s going to toss in the garbage can.” “I think …

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The left is preparing for the worst as Republicans are predicted to expand their majority in the U.S. House of Representatives and take the Senate from Democrats in the midterm elections on Tuesday. In fact, even The Huffington Post pollster’s poll-tracking model gives Democrats a bleak 23 percent chance of keeping control of the Senate …

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