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Fox News reporting campaign 2010.
Fight to the finish now from our nation's capital Brent -- For months now Fox News has been reporting from behind the scenes in six house and senate races pivotal contests in campaigns one intent.
As -- campaign comes down to the wire.
You'll get a fascinating inside look at a dozen candidates trying to close the deal would vote.
We began in Pennsylvania.
Last spring Democrats were counting on Arlen Specter to hold this seat.
Specter was a moderate Republican.
Who switched parties.
Only to blow a double digit lead over his more liberal primary opponent represented Joseph sets that.
-- that needs to come from behind again if he's to be conservative Republican Pat -- August 10.
Pennsylvania's lineup to -- former president Bill Clinton's stump for Democrat -- step.
Was down six points in the polls -- get electorate.
You'd never know Clinton tried on behalf of the White House to get -- to drop his primary challenge to incumbent senator Arlen Specter.
Says -- the best candidate the only awkward thing about this event.
Is that sense stacked stuck in Washington he had to appear by video on in congress voting on that Medicaid assistance program.
Later that night -- -- is able to free himself for an event in Philadelphia.
-- -- everybody heard this one a liberal and conservative walk into a bar.
Thank you very -- and tell jokes for charity the top ten jobs.
That -- -- was offered to get out of the race against senator suspect the second it was one of the Village People.
But they didn't ask the united -- now.
Chevrolet is developing -- new hybrid sedan that's right.
Scholarship -- Runs on a combination of gasoline and bailout funds.
The united -- data probably not -- this fund -- you know I did my best we we had some fun mostly is for good cops.
One week later.
I give you mayor Michael -- -- -- -- now down seven is getting more help from a big name out of town.
New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg and vote for Joseph is a vote for the results that our nation so desperately needs.
Thanks afterward a quick Philly cheese steak photo op.
Before -- -- continues his hectic campaign schedule.
We added 2:30 AM Pittsburgh that the couple Arctic comfort and got up.
Out the door by seven state get in at 3 AM help at 6 AM today and we're just going about its great.
To beat back camp victory.
All these -- third.
Behind Toomey is back on the trail -- with his family by his side.
I need to win first round -- And I think I'm going to lots of stops and lots of folks keeps the energy level up and but I gotta keep up with my kids one of -- just -- I think it's about how important is that during this.
Long campaign cycle that was.
Great to be able to spend that time with my family my wife and her three kids and my daughter she was a -- Started calling her my portable podium.
Look at the agenda.
That they've been pursuing -- just eighteen months serial bailouts of failing companies.
Nationalizing whole industry's spending on a scale we've never seen before and I never mentioned possible.
-- is people and the audience who are undecided.
Hands and they tend to be the last vocal ones that you don't realize that there but believe me.
Today he covers seven counties in over 300 miles in twelve hours.
And that's just the start before day swing.
It's easy to.
Yes I'm -- -- at a rally in Monroe County -- people who support them liberal agenda regular phone.
-- you know very productive.
Lot of -- -- Hey you know.
Maine but not all of the energy is positive I think I'm right there.
Wall Street -- -- protesters away to -- at every stop I'm.
Something had to deal with on the campaign.
Daily weekly balance pretty much daily.
-- -- -- -- -- -- August when he four.
We -- with polls showing -- deck down by nine points and well behind among independents the Democrat gets another high probe.
Please join me in welcoming senator chalk it up.
This time from a Republican.
Former senator Chuck Hagel the maverick from Nebraska I believe Joe's just there.
The kind of leader.
America needs especially.
Needs at this time do you think this -- comes down to independence.
I think it's gonna stay close right to the end where big stage where a very diverse state.
Both parties have very strong presence I think independence.
Really do probably swing it in the end.
Home on September 2.
Get killed and great -- of the grange fair and Centre hall Pennsylvania.
Until -- -- this is the heartland.
Also relatively conservative.
Says that pound the pavement I'm just suspect will be navy sailors on the US senate in the baking sun.
Shaking hands with -- many pennsylvanians as he can get to meet a lot more people insured amount time you warned me about -- I'd like -- my ninth inning.
I really believe that makes a difference.
September 8 Philadelphia.
To -- turn for an endorsement.
From the fraternal order of police.
And and the -- one who will do what's right to protect and -- communities the next day former governor Tom Ridge as his support.
It is great pleasure for me to stand next to in support Pat Toomey.
So Astec counters for days later with another visit from Bill Clinton I think does -- actually be -- that senator I think.
The biggest endorsement of ball.
Thank you all for coming to see me.
-- Obama may have campaigned against set -- his primary.
But now he's fully behind.
He's got a for a October 3 less than a month until Election Day and I -- had arrived just -- still trails by an average of seven points.
But he knows how to finish it any.
Used to doing -- Now -- in May running to the left of Arlen Specter he erased a more than twenty point deficit to win the democratic primary.
One thing is certain.
Pennsylvanians have already opted for change this year.
The question is whether they will push the US senate further right.
Or further left.
Coming up house Democrats would like nothing better than to beat Minnesota is Michelle Bachmann one of the GOP's big stars.
They have the candidate and the message to do it.
After the -- -- -- 12010 began the GOP new Michelle Bachmann.
Was a star who could help other candidates win across the country.
That's one reason why Democrats targeted the Minnesota congresswoman.
As one of the Republicans they'd work hardest to defeat.
Steve Brown has been following this story of a high flying candidate a determined challenger.
And a race that could still go either way.
Minnesotans love the outdoors -- So what -- hunting or fishing for votes up.
By the Minnesota game here is a pretty good idea -- Heading into the final three months of campaign six congressional district challenger Democrat Earl Clark is hustling.
And she -- -- in her race against Republican incumbent congresswoman Michelle Bachmann.
-- Bachmann is the favorite in this contest a midsummer pole has -- route 419 percentage points.
-- Clark's first hurdle as your primary and although her democratic opponent has dropped out and is backing Clark Clark still rallies for supporters.
The next morning.
Aren't -- Clark cancer primary ballot in her hometown of Saint Cloud.
Michelle Bachmann stays dialed in to DC after congress gets called back into session from its August recess and can't say I -- there -- two.
Two days later Clark is back on the campaign trail with a living legend of Minnesota politics Walter Mondale I am -- There -- News in the 82 year old former vice president can still throw pretty good political.
-- -- -- Has made in the.
On -- -- Polarized America -- Harold and -- politics when she's in Europe.
I'm envisioning you know brutal fashion capped by criminals to.
Anderson makes dental crowns implants for a living a lot of people going to -- this -- is also the independence party candidate for the sixth district seat.
Polling suggests his Supreme -- is in the low single digits there's going to be a tough battle Michelle Bachmann is not.
A quiet candidate mean they know about her a lot more they know about me.
-- Or Bachmann is looking keep it that way -- up to -- -- -- -- small businesses district.
-- -- -- -- -- -- coming out of the Boston was a banquet and so it was an entirely credible statement and he meaty Bachmann boss.
-- -- You'd.
Better get here.
The best for -- -- -- made for TV event access to block that was strictly managed by who stand.
-- -- -- -- Right now and -- -- -- or only local media were allowed to ask questions.
All right we're not we're not taken those questions today thank -- and only local media.
Road in the box now.
The bus tour was just days before Glenn -- huge DC -- It.
Did -- Is -- in the audience although our camera doesn't catch up with her until after the -- -- team has put together -- rally event at the nearby Washington monument.
He Tea Party town hall ladies and gentlemen we'll let go almost worse night.
Got a hold members on this together.
And we gave up you know -- brief opening statement and then opened up the microphone and it was a great time I think people really enjoy.
I didn't investing apparently inspired.
The Minnesota state fair where every political candidate comes for a corn dog.
And the crowds Bachmann -- -- voters as she races across the fairgrounds for multiple radio interview.
Sweeney -- till the fat lady thing and so on the first Tuesday November everybody has to get.
Everyone here of course is a block -- insane and black man -- hard and staying.
Imagine lots of it.
That same day at the fair -- Clark gets its hands on stuff.
Right then stops behind her party's boot to fire up voters know we have absolutely -- -- A few weeks later Clark takes the podium challenging Bachmann to do what she's already Dillon as a state senator cut her pay back 5%.
-- pay frozen until we are out of this crisis.
For all -- Clark's efforts -- mid September poll shows she's still trailing Bachmann.
-- nine points as well -- -- talk.
Back in Washington take center stage at the values voters some.
I feel like I'm home when I'm here because you care about the country.
At this gathering of conservatives from across the country there is a presidential straw poll in originally bought man's name is on the ballot I -- -- At the last minute Bachmann asked for her -- be withdrawn from the -- only to find yourself shortly thereafter.
On the cover of Newsweek.
My whole goal is really about the mission of being in congress and in getting our country back to acting with.
Within the constitution the -- -- those that think that you harboring ambitions you would say to them I don't I don't -- my ambitions for the country not for me personally.
In Minnesota general -- hits the road with much less fanfare than -- -- to cruising through the sixth district to talk to small business soon.
Including a stop at an auto parts store that salvages parts from old cars.
Like most Americans we don't they don't fancy house and we don't have fancy cars and driving cars so they.
Clark has proven to be in very good campaigner and fund -- she's raised more money than any other democratic house challenger in the country.
Unfortunately for Clark she's up against -- cash machine McCain hitting.
In the last three months Bachmann raised over five million dollars bringing her total.
Well -- our national records giving Bachmann added advantage in the race and -- for a high profile and conservative fan base.
Victory could open up all sorts of possibilities.
Yeah -- Coming up there's been a lot of talk of the Tea Party movement pushing the Republican Party to the right.
This election may also cause the democratic congressional caucus to shift a lot further left.
After the break.
-- In the year in which incumbents have become an endangered species.
You might think congressman Charlie Rangel would be especially vulnerable.
After all -- -- -- term Democrat faces house ethics charges regarding his finances and conduct in office.
But Liberal Democrats from districts like -- have some of the safest seats in the country.
And -- Gregg Jarrett reports wrangles opponents.
Are finding out walk.
-- -- Spanish Harlem.
New York State assemblyman Adam Clayton Powell.
Drops by -- -- looking for votes.
You're gonna -- -- before.
-- He's running in the democratic primary against -- Harlem legend surrounded by scandal.
Congressman why aren't you giving serious consideration to resigning because I'm running for reelection.
When he turned congressman Charlie Rangel faces a November 15 trial in the house on multiple ethics charges.
Including lying about his finances.
Improperly soliciting donations.
And -- -- rent controlled apartment -- saying why don't I resign.
That doesn't make sense that America.
August date the Dominican day parade.
Rangel seems not to have a care in the world.
Of course he's up by almost twenty points in the primary and can outspend his nearest opponent by fifty to one.
So why worry about a little Washington scandal.
On this tent -- defiant rankles takes the house floor it was no.
Violation of any little old rules.
I've that you -- want me to go wait -- I am not going.
I am here.
I've -- slept -- The next day in New York.
Former mayor David Dinkins flips off protesters outside wrangles eightieth birthday gala.
August 18 what I -- yeah.
The gloves -- Powell continues to hammer Rangel you'll -- -- 500000 dollar.
Beckett -- video and everybody was so many years days later good luck thank you thank you go Rangel suggests -- Powell's closing its full of skeletons.
I just hope that you somebody.
Checks attendance racquets a legislative records.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You have criticize -- wrangles.
But to be honest.
Your image is not exactly been squeaky clean hasn't completely completely different I mean these issues of -- personal judgment.
-- and not issues relating to my public service he interns who accused you of sexually assaulting her.
And -- -- -- so that's why wasn't even charged with anything you arrested for.
Of all of -- -- -- got let's face it if you going to balance that.
Charlie Rangel makes little part of our board.
Do you want.
Man it's okay.
Powell keeps hitting Rangel and the ethics.
But voters here don't seem to care.
He's innocent until proven guilty Gordon does.
4 o'clock news.
If I applaud -- club -- I still feel that he's gonna do a better job than -- Clinton.
Go behind one -- -- September 14 primary -- which your prediction my prediction is going to be very very close.
And I'll probably win by a 2%.
Start the six the 34%.
-- -- tonight I'll stand on my head in front of Fox News it's not even close this is out at night this -- This is the fifty congressional district this.
Powell wonders wind to make his concession speech.
You know -- days.
Others who want to woman -- woman who want to unwind it that's what you want to call it.
Usually when you don't win you gotta say well we'll try again and you gotta wait two more years.
This family -- I have to wait two more years I go back to wash -- in stronger than ever that that.
That voters here still -- race Rangel underscores a paradox in this election year.
Elsewhere Democrats are paying a price for supporting President Obama while establishment Republicans they're getting knocked off by Tea Party insurgents.
The candidates that worry the least about this election tend to come from places like this one of the most liberal leaning districts in the nation.
That means it Democrats do as predicted lose seats in congress the group that survived could be as a whole.
Markedly more liberal.
But that hasn't stopped one conservative here from taking up the challenge of putting Charlie Rangel into retirement.
Reverend Michael Faulkner.
Former New York -- His spent the summer drumming up local support for his unlikely candidacy -- -- -- -- regrets about.
Also -- Republican.
-- -- -- -- Don't Republican conservative.
The day after the primary.
Faulkner travels to Washington DC.
Well I'm going to be meeting with Republican congressional caucus to talk with him about my candidacy.
See you defeated -- -- that Michael is a better record who -- out ago.
People know -- we are and they know we're running against Charlie Rangel and they treated you personally now like I was zero.
October 6 pick them.
Any problem back in the district -- running.
We don't take anything for granted that's we it.
October 8 Faulkner is also running -- now in more ways than one.
As if he needed thwarted do -- also training for the New York marathon five days after the election.
That means that until then.
He'll be pounding the pavement morning and.
Unemployment in Harlem -- 55 -- We have a solution.
Are you part of the problem -- what is.
-- by the way there's something you might not know about the mid term elections public.
Polling data is available in less than a third of the 435.
House general election races.
And this is not one of them.
We will not take politics as usual so neither of Faulkner -- Rangel.
Really know exactly where they stand.
Just two weeks before the Election Day.
All right now.
And I don't.
The upstart conservatives in his liberal stronghold.
It doesn't match I am a desperate.
Desperate for change desperate for liberation I intend to see mr.
Arkansas is Bill Clinton country but does the former president still have the clout to save one of the most vulnerable Democrats in the senate.
After the there.
Since taking office in 2008 president Barack Obama has made huge steps to fundamentally transform America.
Historic health care legislation.
And sweeping new regulations on the financial institutions.
The full impact of both laws is still unknown.
What is known is that neither of these measures were popular with the people of Arkansas.
But -- senator moderate Democrat Blanche Lincoln voted for both of them.
As Shannon Bream reports that's left Republicans confident they can defeat Lincoln in November.
We conclude that drive you do that you -- -- free advice.
About your glances or cataracts are gone.
It's clear that optometrists John Bozeman turned -- congressman is giving his opponent twelve year incumbent Blanche Lincoln they'll fight for political life.
I'm the last of four kids are being big enough on -- had a you know let's -- -- As of mid June he holds a commanding lead in the polls up some 25 points.
But -- in isn't giving up yes.
You've got an uphill battle going into the fall election the polls.
Immediately after the primary weren't great polls are polls and there's about -- -- they don't need all the support and he has won the second election.
We boarded the -- She's campaigning hard on this hot fourth of July hoping to turn things around when she bumps into her opponents think it's a little hotter during the -- but it.
This time you hit it.
Just keeping it about the -- you're right it's -- three days.
Unlike her two previous races which she won convincingly that third time has not been it's hard.
-- can barely beat a strong challenger from the left in a primary runoff.
She's now scrambling to make up ground against the more conservative Bozeman.
You can count on -- -- we're going to be successful in November while -- struggles to regain her footing against a former razorbacks offensive lineman.
Bozeman -- colleges that -- is still plenty of time for Lincoln to make a comeback.
I think it's equivalent you know them being at halftime and having a little bit of the lead.
The question is what's gonna happen in the second half.
A lot could depend on Arkansas's farmers with more than 49000.
Farms agriculture is a third of the State's economy.
Senator Lincoln is the chair of the senate agriculture committee it's her best talking point against Bozeman.
We did so much more in agriculture committee focused on things like.
Rubbed -- -- and rural development.
July 6 -- gets some help on that count Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell who promises to appoint a Republican challenger to the committee.
You're asking voters to trade and the chairman or.
Four -- you did what was right remember.
I'm not asking voters to do anything.
And I guess.
Susan and that's that -- Washington July 17 democratic strategist James Carville comes to Little Rock to ridicule Boozman would not have people.
Blank blank today -- not a fan but I think I.
Even go out and -- -- light of the whole thing.
Six days later conservative talk show host Michael Reagan fires back on the half from Bozeman -- Three words that vote in every day of the week that boat has never been in my opinion.
A vote for anybody in America.
September -- President Clinton makes his second campaign appearance for Lincoln who is now down -- -- nine points in the polls.
-- -- -- -- -- This year it may be true.
And it's -- -- -- now -- it is getting people to take a deep breath and hone their anger but that's the right question which is why are we gonna do now.
And who is more likely to do it.
Then much like -- will win this thing going away.
Two days later the candidates meet again face to face baseball are on tax cuts well I'm very much in support.
Extending the tax cuts ultra wealthy active not think.
Should -- that tax cut unless it is paid for and I responsible way then Bozeman hits Lincoln where she's most vulnerable.
Health care would you still -- This is not a perfect bill it's gonna type this time where their prices to -- bail out real.
October 4 -- still have Lincoln trailing by an average of twenty points.
-- just a few weeks left Bozeman -- seems increasingly insurmountable.
But Lincoln says time is not -- -- for her yes.
Important for me to get out the iron in to let people know what I have done -- a -- How hard I have and what are great sign of Arkansas.
Coming up a Tea Party favorite in Colorado getting hit with his own words.
Everybody's talking about the economy and spending this year but -- social issues decide this race.
In the senate Republicans need to pick up ten democratic seats to take control.
At least thirteen appear to be up for grabs.
One of the hardest -- is in Colorado.
Where at least -- Acuna reports a Tea Party approved challenger.
Is giving a tough.
Time to an Obama back to income it.
August 10 primary night in Colorado the sitting senator Democrat Michael Bennet.
Who was appointed to replace Ken Salazar after he was chosen by president elect Obama to be secretary the interior.
Beats back a tough challenge from insurgents Andrew Romanoff.
It was just a week ago.
That the political pundits.
And the Washington odds makers started counting us out of this race.
It's the first time he has ever run for let alone won an election.
Pundits and the Talking Heads I have a simple.
-- Welcome the Colorado.
You know we all protest it on April 15 and the funny thing.
They heard us.
But they ignored us.
On the Republican side Tea Party favorite Ken Buck -- -- defeats the establishment favorite former lieutenant governor Jane Norton.
And you know what votes.
In November we will not be ignored anymore -- Both men come out swinging the next morning.
I would not have voted for the stimulus bill I would not a voted for the health care plan.
We disagree about the direction this country needs to go screaming and yelling is not what people want to think what they water practical solutions.
Try to figure -- how we create an economy in the 21 century you'll actually support.
August 23 Bennett's first attack -- goes after buck on abortion the pro life and don't answer next question.
I don't believe in the exceptions rape -- -- -- -- debate in Colorado Springs -- accuses -- of taking his words out of context.
If those were my words why do you continually refused to turn the tapes.
My words over to these TV station so they can put it in context.
Okay we're -- yeah.
You know signal loses you know this -- listen Michael -- votes are so bad he can't defend them meanwhile box unleashed his his own ad so it's attacking me with false and unfair and it's.
What's unfair to Colorado was -- record of overspending over regulating and over taxing.
A rubber stamp for his friends in Washington.
On September 25 a new Fox News poll shows but ahead by four points clearly Democrats have thrown out there their best argument.
The opponent is extreme and as you know they're making that argument in numerous races around the country it hasn't taken here in Colorado.
Early voting begins as much as 60% of the votes in Colorado are expected to be cast before November 2.
Which might explain in October 14 Obama visit to Colorado.
Tellingly the Obama and question is not the president whose popularity in Colorado is below the national average instead First Lady Michelle Obama tries to help senator Michael -- win an election.
A second time.
But I know this yes we can.
-- -- Echoes -- 2008.
When Barack Obama won Colorado by nine points.
With that slogan.
Coming up the senate race in Nevada has become a real slugfest.
Senate majority leader Harry Reid is on the ropes.
Carl Cameron is there.
If you -- to take one contest as a case study of campaign twenty -- It would be the senate race in of that the incumbent Democrat Harry Reid.
No lawmaker is more responsible than the senate majority leader for pushing president Obama's agenda through congress.
The challenger Republican Sharon angle.
No candidate better represents the tea parties resolved to reverse democratic change and shake up the GOP is well.
Carl Cameron's report in August caused a media firestorm when angle told him about her strategy to control the press.
-- Karl picks up where he left off.
Only wanted to set some boundaries we went together.
They and their view that we won again and in order to do that you have to discipline them so that they know where they fit and to this.
When you sit down with Sharon angle for an interview you quickly find out she's not your typical Washington politician.
And this is not your typical senate race.
I believe that god had his hand on this whole thing there's no other explanation.
And yet I've always said that that I I felt that.
You could see God's hand you know this.
Her opponent Harry Reid tries to use her unguarded style against here -- My grandfather wouldn't even take his Social Security check because he said he was not up for welfare.
As he runs as late -- We really have spoiled.
Our citizens Reid's poll numbers go from a double digit deficit in June to a statistical dead heat by late July.
-- wants to turn Sharon angle.
Into the scariest human being in the state because he knows that almost anybody who's not scary is going to defeat him.
But read -- trips over his own -- I don't know anyone.
Hispanic heritage could be a Republican -- -- the -- you can almost see his staff cringing in the background what their -- -- you're not gonna believe what he said this time.
And meanwhile a group of Nevada Republicans according to deny -- read an endorsement for National Rifle Association.
One that has a big impact in this gun toting state.
I spoke to some people at the NRA when this was going on.
That if he they had endorsed him that they would lose however many members avenue everybody I talk to.
Was in -- mail in their ID card with a ask you know.
Bob -- crusade apparently works.
On August 27 the NRA announces it will stay neutral.
That's seen as a victory for angle September 3 both Reid and angle sit down in Las Vegas with my colleague Anita Vogel.
What Harry Reid has done in this -- And across the nation.
Has caused us to hear enough about it to have the highest unemployment rate in the nation fourteen point 3% was I responsible -- that I don't think so.
Obamacare has to -- repeal that when people understand with health care bill is about they appreciate it.
September 6 Fallon Nevada.
While -- eight tries to discipline the press like angle hears from voters and anger.
Yeah about -- Morning.
I hope you beat the crap out of you read the -- I.
-- I -- Don't know I don't -- and it scared that I have done that you know.
That fellows are anything can happen extra you know Medicare.
Battery you obamacare.
Senator problems in about a Sharon angle.
-- agree that he's -- Parker and -- this time saves out doing more we can't afford it.
-- tries to rally your base at this Las Vegas landmark we hear a lot about you.
When I call my children and I say so.
Hurry it -- -- what I'm really asking is.
He -- still have a job.
And I can't estimate that house payment every green.
-- that money back.
Hispanic voters are a key block in Nevada.
And on September 16 majority leader Reid attaches to a defense funding bill and immigration reform measure.
It's as if you've been in this country for five years who came before -- sixteen.
You should be -- liberal state schools.
-- introduced a plan that gives illegals a path way to land in this league and even special college tuition rates with the money coming from Nevada taxpayers.
There's a lot of passion in this race I wouldn't be surprised to see fist fights yelling screaming people people know throwing things at each other.
Read appears by video at a forum in some religious and gets cheered.
Angle appears in person.
-- People started heckling -- okay now.
They were yelling.
And screaming drowning her out at times.
One of -- and yelled out right next to me in the back liar and.
Then as the evening is coming to an end a fight breaks out between Reid and angle supporters I stood up and Sharon angles that.
And we're both looking out into this crowd and towards the back.
We see these this going like this.
In the latest Fox News pulse opinion research poll angle draws 49% to reed's 47%.
You -- vote for Harry Reid because the -- other alternative.
-- -- -- disaster for America October 12 former President Clinton campaigns with Reid at a get out the vote rally in Vegas you have the vote.
We're very late -- you and god bless.
Real change let's go.
October 14 Las Vegas two camps of supporters -- a big showdown between angle and -- We can't trust you with our taxes.
I personally I'm not in favor of you billionaire tax cuts right now.
Obamacare is destroying our economy my opponent doesn't like.
Any insurance companies have to do anything man up Harry Reid we have a problem with security.
Don't frighten people about Social Security it all comes down to one word change angle says it's absolutely necessary.
Reid says it would be a nightmare.
Nevada voters must soon place their bets the stakes couldn't be higher for the country.
That's our program for tonight -- the campaigns are far from over.
Stay tuned to Fox News Channel for all the latest developments.
And please join us for our big election night coverage November 2.
No matter what happens with all the races across the country it will be at night two of them.
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