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  • Two newcomers challenge Forbes in 4th District

    U.S. Rep. Randy Forbes, R-Chesapeake, faces two challengers in the 4th District in Tuesday's election. Forbes, a Republican, won a special election in 2001 and has held the seat since – handily beating all challengers by double-digit percentages....
  • Tribune poll: Rauner, Quinn in dead heat

    Tribune poll: Rauner, Quinn in dead heat
    With less than two weeks until Election Day, the race for Illinois governor is a dead heat as Republican challenger Bruce Rauner has made significant inroads among suburban voters, especially women, a new Chicago Tribune poll shows. The survey found...
  • Yellow cab offers free rides to the polls Nov. 4

    Yellow Cab will give senior citizens free rides to the polls Nov. 4 in Hampton and Newport News, the company said this week. The offer is open to any registered voter over 60 who doesn't have their own transportation to the polls, the company said....
  • Illinois governor's election riskier than any tightrope act

     Illinois governor's election riskier than any tightrope act
    Gov. Pat Quinn and Bruce Rauner are in the last days of a long, tough and close campaign, with Illinois' economic future balancing on a fiscal high wire come Tuesday. If you don't like the frightening condition of the state's economy, there's that other...
  • The Courant's Election Choices

    The Courant's Election Choices
    Below are The Courant's picks in top state races, as well as congressional and Hartford legislative races, which are marked with an asterisk and in boldface type. For the full editorials explaining our choices, please go to courant.com/opinion....
  • Charlie Crist in Broward on final day, preceded by Rick Scott's No. 2

    Charlie Crist in Broward on final day, preceded by Rick Scott's No. 2
    Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic challenger Charlie Crist are in a dead heat on the last full day of the campaign for governor. Scott spent Monday touring Central Florida with two of his party’s potential 2016 presidential candidates,...
  • With governor's race in dead heat, Charlie Crist makes final South Florida push trailed all the way by Rick Scott's No. 2

    With governor's race in dead heat, Charlie Crist makes final South Florida push trailed all the way by Rick Scott's No. 2
    After a year of campaigning and more than $100 million in mostly negative ads, Charlie Crist and Rick Scott are locked in a dead heat in the race for Florida governor. Both waged marathon efforts Monday to get every possible voter to the polls....
  • Tight governor's race hinges on voter turnout

    Tight governor's race hinges on voter turnout
    The TV attack ads, nasty debates and endless crisscrossing of Florida are done, so now it all comes down to this: Who will vote today? Political experts say turnout is key to who will become Florida's next governor, either incumbent Republican Rick...
  • Virginians head to the polls Tuesday to elect senator, representatives

    Virginians head to the polls Tuesday to elect senator, representatives
    Tuesday is your day — Election Day — to give 'em a piece of your mind. Virginians will choose the man who will serve as one of our two U.S. senators for the next six years, as well as who will speak for us in the U.S. House of...
  • We may not know tonight which party officially controls the Senate

    We may not know tonight which party officially controls the Senate
    Political junkies planning to stay up late on election night to see if Republicans take control of the Senate might want to rethink their plans -- it's quite possible we won't know for days or maybe weeks. If Republicans have a really big night, the...
  • Busy day at the polls: Missing judges, ballot confusion, steady lines of voters

    Busy day at the polls: Missing judges, ballot confusion, steady lines of voters
    Illinois voters headed to the polls Tuesday to settle a close, contentious race for governor and decide an unusually large number of ballot questions as well as races for U.S. SenateĀ andĀ House, the General Assembly and the County Board. Missing election...