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Today in Black America - Election Day

POSTED: November 04, 2014, 10:00 am

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Today in Black History: Mezzo-soprano 0pera star Shirley Verrett makes her New York City Opera debut in 1958.

The New York Times

What to Watch For as G.O.P. Expects Big Night at Polls

The Battle for Senate Control

Election Tests New Rules on Voting

Little Opposition Seen in Some Votes to Raise State Minimum Wages

The Economy, and Voters’ Perception of It, Are Two Very Different Things

The Christian Science Monitor

The best and worst campaigns of 2014 (+video)

Does Rand Paul support voter ID laws, or not? (+video)

Did 'tea party' governors go too far? Voters are about to weigh in. (+video)

The Star Ledger

Polls open, as N.J. voters decide on Senate race, state's 12 House seats

Elizabeth Board of Education race: six candidates, two different visions

U.S. Senate race: Where Booker, Bell stand on key issues (VIDEO)

Essex County election day guide

The Washington Post

In fight for Senate, Democrats face grim math

Runoffs in Louisiana and Georgia could unleash expensive new campaign for Senate

Forecasters agree that Republicans will control the House

Race for Michigan governor is a dead heat

Justice Department dispatches poll monitors for Election Day

The dawn of a new age: Outside groups have outspent campaigns in most key 2014 races

The Chicago Tribune

Close race for governor tops Illinois ballot today

Tribune Editorial Board endorsements

Guide to Election Day: Where, what and who to call with voting problems

The Los Angeles Times

When city council elections are uncontested, some cities opt to cancel

Brown makes small-town campaign stop as Kashkari courts city voters

Local measures against sugary-drink tax, fracking raise millions

Prop. 47 puts state at center of a national push for sentencing reform

In Prop. 2, state voters again face budget decision at ballot box

The Detroit Free Press

It's Election Day: Tight race for governor tops ticket

Michigan Voters Guide

Everything you need to know for Election Day

Election 2014: Full list of Detroit Free Press endorsements

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

On Election Day, national eyes are on John Kasich and Nina Turner: Ohio Politics Roundup

Don't believe your vote doesn't count: editorial

Election Day 2014: 7 things to know as voters head to the polls

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Election Day: Long lines, sporadic problems

Polls open; some having trouble finding them

Elections 101: Poll times, who to call in Pa., N.J.

Pa. congressional races in the homestretch

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