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Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) announced on Monday he will introduce legislation banning travel to the U.S. for nationals of Ebola-stricken African countries once Congress returns the week after the Nov. 4 elections.
The New Hampshire Senate race is rarely discussed as a competitive contest that could swing control of the chamber. The Democratic incumbent, Jeanne Shaheen, is an institution in the state, while her Republican opponent, Scott Brown, is new to it.
On Election Day, Tennessee voters will be asked to do something very unusual: Amend the state constitution to eliminate all protections for abortion, including in cases of rape, incest and when a woman's life is in danger.
Two vulnerable Democrats facing reelection next month have joined numerous Republicans in calling for a travel ban on non-U.S. citizens coming from countries in West Africa most affected by the Ebola outbreak.
A new TV ad by Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes touts her work in helping bring about Kentucky's Address Confidentiality Program, which permits victims of sexual assault and domestic violence to scrap their addresses for public voter registration rolls.