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Final Debate Brings Little Clarity to Undecided Voters
As a tumultuous campaign nears an end, undecided voters across the country hoped to find clarity in the final debate of the U.S. presidential race
Voters React to 'Nasty Woman' Remark With Disgust, Mockery
Donald Trump's reference to Hillary Clinton as "a nasty woman" during the last presidential debate before the election has inspired reactions ranging from disgust to mockery
Outside Las Vegas Debate Arena, a Buzz of Bands, Protests
It was anything but quiet outside the college campus in Las Vegas that is the site for the final presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump
The Latest: Spin Room Buzzing at Las Vegas Debate Site
Many of the thousands of journalists who descended on the UNLV campus to cover the debate are crowded into a spin room where they are preparing to pound out stories about the action
Why Millennials Want to Cast a 'Protest Vote'
We are about 69. Million voter bloc that everybody wants once again catch us there's so many of my friends that are still. Wanting to cast what they call a protest supporting Gary Johnson's support until sign to make this statement. Against a very broken sack and two party system. I have. I too.
Larry Sanders Channels Brother Bernie in UK Election Campaign
Bernie Sanders ’ campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination may be long over but its progressive message is resonating across the Atlantic in the small English town where his older brother, Larry, is now running for office. Larry Sanders, a member of U.K. Green Party , is running a
Larry Sanders Hands Out Leaflets as a Green Party Candidate in England
Larry Sanders talks with ABC News' Lora Moftah about his campaign for Parliament and his brother's kind words of support.
Bernie Sanders' Older Brother Larry Campaigns for UK Parliament
ABC News' Lora Moftah follows Larry Sanders on a very different campaign trail as a Green Party candidate.
Ohio Senate Candidates Spar Over Trump, Clinton in Debate
Republican U.S. Sen. Rob Portman and Democratic challenger Ted Strickland have sparred over their parties' presidential nominees in their second debate and traded jabs that they're each bending the truth to get an edge with voters