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Euro elections: Tilt to the right?

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Europe is heading to the polls in an election that could be a turning point for politics on the continent. Radical right parties within the European Union are expected to win a much higher representation in the European parliament than in years gone by.

‘Personhood’ a key issue in midterm elections

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Hardball guest host Joy Reid talks to Susan Page and Nia-Malika Henderson about the issue of ‘Personhood,’ and how Democrats will likely attack Republicans over the issue as the midterm election race heats up.

Big donors’ influence on local elections

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The influence of big donor money has made its way to a school board election in a small Wisconsin town. Ed Schultz and Ruth Conniff discuss the impact of the conservative money machine.

Dick Morris breaks down the elections

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Jeb Bush dropping hints about running in 2016?

Who really wins when money rules elections?

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Money may talk, but why would the Supreme Court give it the right to dominate and diminish democracy? Chris Matthews discusses with Rep. Donna Edwards and John Heilemann.

Matthews on the big money that runs elections

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Chris Matthews asks why some conservatives candidates are fighting for the personal approval of billionaire Sheldon Adelson who, were it not for his money, would be just another person who cares about politics?

Handicapping the 2014 elections

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The political panel joins Chris Hayes for an insightful look at 2014.

Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovych may be open to early elections, says U.S. Ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt

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Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych may be opening to the idea of early presidential elections, U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt told CNN’s Hala Gorani, in for Christiane Amanpour, on Thursday. “There’s a lot of discussion this evening about early elections, and I understand that there were some suggestions made by Yanukovych to the three visiting European foreign ministers who were here,” Pyatt said on the phone from Kiev, referring to the visit of the French, German, and Polish foreign ministers to the Ukrainian capital. The next elections are currently scheduled for 2015. Yanukovych would be reversing position were he to support early elections. Pyatt said that the U.S. does not believe that Yanukovych should step down, as the opposition wants, but did say that a new government should be formed. “Our position is the President Yankukovych needs to lead his country into a new future, and he needs to do so through the vehicle of a new government, change to the constitution and the political order.” More than 100 people died in the fighting Thursday, protest medical officials said. The government didn't release its own figures.

IRS targeting in midterm elections?

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IRS targeting and the 2014 midterms

2014 elections too close for comfort

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Is the Affordable Care Act fix a political miss?

Ann Coulter on the most recent elections

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Is President Obama toxic for the Democratic Party?

Second of Zen – Chris Christie Wins Reelection

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Following his resounding election victory, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie thanks his ardent supporters. (00:20)

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