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Jonathan Jones writes for the New Statesman on American politics.
The Democratic party failed to gain the balance of power in the Senate, as Congress remained firmly in Republican control.
Staying up to watch the US presidential election results? Here are the key states to look out for, and when.
There are 34 states up for Senate elections on Tuesday. The Democrats need to win 14 of them.
From backing “Stop Trump” candidate Evan McMullin to ignoring the presidential race entirely, how Republicans who oppose Donald Trump are tackling the vote.
The midwestern state is a must-win for the Republican candidate, but unusually for such a reliable electoral barometer it’s not so crucial for Hillary Clinton.
As the US presidential candidates prepare for their first debate, can such events affect the outcome? We look at past debates and the polls that followed.
A number of explosions and near-explosions in New York, New Jersey and Minnesota might influence the presidential race.
How will the candidates’ different fundraising efforts affect their chances?
The Republican presidential candidate’s ostensible appeal in the Rust Belt hasn’t materialised, but he is doing surprisingly well elsewhere.
What do claims about the Republican candidate’s relationship with America’s old foe mean for the race to the presidency?