October 29, 2002 The death of Sen. Paul Wellstone sends both major political parties scrambling as the Nov. 5 general election nears. Who will control the Senate? Hear more from NPR's Bob Edwards and Ron Elving.
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October 16, 2002 The mid-term election is less than three weeks away, and control of Congress hangs in the balance. Karen Grigsby Bates gets a preview of the key races and issues from Ron Elving, senior Washington editor for NPR News, and Amy Walter, a political analyst for The Cook Report, a political newsletter.
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