Senate Race Massachusetts Videos
What States are Most Critical for Clinton and Trump Before Election Day
ABC News' David Schoetz and Rick Klein break down the biggest state storylines ahead of Election Day.
Projected Senate Wins: Cotton, R, in Arkansas; Shaheen, D, in New Hampshire
Former President Bill Clinton's campaigning efforts in Arkansas did not pay off for Democrats.
'This Week': Powerhouse Puzzler
Scott Brown, former Massachusetts senator and current candidate in New Hampshire's hotly contested Senate race, inspired this week's question.
The Midterms' Most Memorable Candidates
Plus, reporters on the ground in the key battleground states of Iowa, Colorado and Kansas on the Election Day outlook.
Mitt Romney Backs Scott Brown for New Hampshire Senate Race
The former governor formally throws his support for Brown amid a new poll that suggests America would be better off with Romney as president.
Election Results 2012: Senate, Congressional Races
about the house and the senate. Republicans are going to stay in control of the house. One of the surprises last night, democrats, firmly in control of the senate. Reporter: Basically, the bottom line here, you have a congress that's more deeply divided than the one we just had. But the senate,
Election 2012: Elizabeth Warren Projected Massachusetts Senate Winner
This is a projection we can make in the state of Massachusetts. I would say. This is probably the most. Closely watched senate race in America perhaps the most expensive as well it's Elizabeth Warren who were projecting is that we she's a Harvard law professor. She beat the incumbent Scott Brown
David Axelrod on Paul Ryan
we'll give it our all. Snool Jim: An emergency landing an logan and what we learned overnight about the situation. Mary: Mitt make his choice and how it will impact the race from here to november 6. Jim: And controversy over chronic lyme disease doctors versus doctors over a questionable course of
Norm Coleman: 'I Always Stick with My Friends'
Fmr Sen. Norm Coleman, R-MN, talks 2012 politics and GOP tone on "Top Line."
The Hill's Shane D'Aprile on 'Top Line'
Shane D'Aprile discusses the Alaskan senate race and leadership in Congress.