(CNN) – It appears differences have been set aside between Delaware Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell's campaign and Delaware 28 executive producer Tim Qualls as a 24-minute commercial by the candidate is now running on the station.
A controversy erupted Monday because the station had not run O'Donnell's ad as previously scheduled.
Washington (CNN) – A CNN Poll of Polls compiled and released Monday indicates that 51 percent of likely voters would choose a Republican candidate for Congress if the election were held today. Forty-three percent of likely voters say they would choose a Democratic candidate.
This newest edition of the CNN Poll of Polls is an average of six national polls conducted during the last week of October and released Sunday and Monday: CNN/Opinion Dynamics (10/27-30), Pew Research Center (10/27-30), NBC News/Wall Street Journal (10/28-30), USA Today/Gallup (10/28-31), ABC News/Washington Post (10/25-28), and Reuters-Ipsos (10/28-31). The Poll of Polls does not have a sampling error.
(CNN) - First "The View," then "The Daily Show" and now "On Air with Ryan Seacrest?"
President Obama will fill the airwaves on Election Day for his first interview with Ryan Seacrest, the radio DJ and host of "American Idol," according to the White House.
Washington (CNN) - On the eve of the midterm elections, one of the top non-partisan political handicappers is upping its prediction of how many seats the Republicans will win back in the House of Representatives.
The Cook Political Report Monday forecast a net gain of 50 to 60 seats for the Republicans in the House, with higher gains possible. The Cook Report was previously forecasting a net gain of 45 to 55 seats for the GOP.
Washington (CNN) - CNN has your guide to some oddball facts about this year's crop of candidates.
Are you ready for some football (metaphors)?
Washington (CNN) – The ground may shift under the Capitol on Tuesday, but the White House is not concerned that midterm election tremors will impact America's image abroad.
"It demonstrates once and again the most powerful example for the world to see the American people exercising their constitutional responsibilities," said White House spokesman Robert Gibbs.
Washington (CNN) - With Election Day just hours away, the rhetoric keeps getting more intense, interesting and, shall we say, passionate. Here are some things you might have missed.
Everything Bloomberg touches turns to ....
Voted in? New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg made billions betting on what the stock market would do. It appears his gambling instincts may be good in the political arena, too, the New York Daily News points out. Three statewide candidates that Hizzoner endorsed - including Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Cuomo - are leading in the polls and poised to win on Tuesday.
The bid is too damn low!
Jimmy McMillan, the "Rent is Too Damn High" candidate for New York governor, is taking his platform to the Web. He recently endorsed an internet auction site, BidHere.com, which allows users to "bid against each other to win a month's rent ($1,200)," according to POLITICO. Watch McMillan's video endorsement here.
(CNN) - Sarah Palin is making clear she's no fan of Politico – the news organization that published a story Sunday night quoting anonymous Republican sources saying GOP leaders will try to forestall a Palin White House bid.
"Politico, Mike Allen and Jim VandeHei, they're jokes," Palin told Fox News on Sunday night, referring to the writers of the story. "This is a joke to have unnamed sources tearing somebody apart limb by limb."
Las Vegas, Nevada (CNN) – Just outside Las Vegas, a powerful new political group is conducting an experiment.
American Crossroads, the third party organization advised by Karl Rove, sent volunteers into neighborhoods outside the city to get out the vote for Republican Senate nominee Sharron Angle. But it wasn't your typical get out the vote effort. CNN got an exclusive look.
Volunteers were armed with iPads. The iPad software directed each volunteer to homes pre-selected by the group. As the volunteers asked questions and filled in the answer on the iPad, the information was sent back real time to a database controlled by American Crossroads.