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Friday, October 24, 2014

MSNBC Politics

Rural Voters May Have Hold Key in Iowa Senate Race

Yesterday
Iowa appears to be on the brink of something that the state hasn't experienced in almost 20 years, a tight Senate race. by Dante Chinni

Watch Live: State Department Briefing - 12:30p ET

Yesterday
State Department Spokeperson Marie Harf holds briefing.

Watch Live: White House Briefing - 12:45p ET

Yesterday
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Josh Earnest.

Watch Live: State Department Briefing

Yesterday
State Department Spokeperson Marie Harf holds briefing.

Harper: 'We Will Not Run Scared'

Yesterday
Canada's Parliament takes a moment of silence for the member of Canada's military who was killed in the incident, then PM Harper declares the government will do its work.

Canadian Sgt. at Arms Opens Parliament

Yesterday
Canadian Parliament's Sgt. at Arms opens the current session of Parliament, and earns applause from the members he protected during an attack less than 24 hours earlier.

Iowa's Ernst Aims for the Senate -- and GOP Stardom

Yesterday
Senate candidate Joni Ernst almost seems like a GOP candidate built to specification by a team of gleeful Republican strategists. by Carrie Dann

History Lesson: Midterms Aren't Kind to the Party in the White House

Yesterday
But that's not to dismiss the political problems surrounding Obama and his party heading into next month’s contests. by Chuck Todd and Mark Murray and Carrie Dann

First Read's Morning Clips

Yesterday
A roundup of the most important political news stories of the day.

Chuck Todd: Takeaways From 'Meet the Voters' in Kansas

Yesterday
Voters in the Sunflower State spent some time Wednesday talking to NBC News about the unpredictable Senate and gubernatorial races here. by Chuck Todd

Choice in Kansas Comes Down to Trust

Yesterday
Meet The Voters: Chuck Todd reports on the mood of voters in Kansas, where an independent candidate is challenging a Senate stalwart.

The 'Meet the Voters' Road Trip Continues to Iowa

2 days ago
Somebody has to pump the gas.

Iowa's First Open Senate Race in 40 Years

2 days ago
By stepping down, Senator Tom Harkin opens a rare kind of Senate race in the Hawkeye State. by Rebecca Davis

Retiring GOP Senator Takes Aim At DC Waste

2 days ago
Zombies, aliens and teaching different types of “monkeys” how to do things are some of the big themes in Republican Coburn’s 2014 “Wastebook.” by Andrew Rafferty

DSCC Back Up On the Air in Kentucky

2 days ago
NBC News confirms that the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee has begun to advertise again for Alison Grimes (D) in Kentucky's Senate race.

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