Gazing into Mid-Term Election's Crystal Ball

Tight Senate races will run down to the wire

Friday, October 29, 2010

Crystal ball, Butchart Gardens (Scott Kublin/flickr)

Four days away from the mid-term elections, there remain a few unpredictable Senate and Congressional races that could shift the national balance of political power. As the hours tick by, what will bring out the critical voters in states like Washington, West Virginia or Illinois?  

Political fortune teller, John Zogby, president and CEO of the Zogby polling firm, and Michael Shear chief political correspondent for the Caucus Blog with our partner The New York Times, analyze some of the closest state and national races.   

Guests:

Michael Shear and John Zogby

Produced by:

Hsi-Chang Lin

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