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How long will gas prices continue to drop? How long will gas prices continue to drop?
Tue, November, 6, 2018
Will the midterm election results effect oil prices? Tom Kloza of the Oil Price Information Service gives us a look.
Swipe Left, Swipe Right: Political Campaigning Invades Dating Apps Swipe Left, Swipe Right: Political Campaigning Invades Dating Apps
Tue, November, 6, 2018
Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal explains how campaigners are reaching out to dating app users in swing states.
Young voter turnout in midterm elections is often dismal. This year could be different Young voter turnout in midterm elections is often dismal. This year could be different
Tue, November, 6, 2018
Because of hot button issues, young people are expected to have a stronger showing at the polls. Caroline Simon of USA Today has the story.
Key Races in Tuesday's Midterm Elections Key Races in Tuesday's Midterm Elections
Tue, November, 6, 2018
Joshua Jamerson from the Wall Street Journal breaks down races to keep an eye on during today's midterm elections.
Amish outreach: GOP, Trump supporters energize untapped conservative constituency Amish outreach: GOP, Trump supporters energize untapped conservative constituency
Mon, November, 5, 2018
GOP supporters are hoping the Amish could give Republicans a boost during tomorrow's elections. The Washington Times' Dave Boyer gives us a look.
Toss up races dominate battle for the Senate Toss up races dominate battle for the Senate
Mon, November, 5, 2018
Toss up races dominate battle for the Senate. Lisa Hagen from The Hill has the story.
Young Women Aren't Waiting to Seek Political Power Young Women Aren't Waiting to Seek Political Power
Mon, October, 22, 2018
The Wall Street Journal's Janet Hook explores the trend of younger women running for office.
Cruz plays the inside game to beat O'Rourke Cruz plays the inside game to beat O'Rourke
Tue, October, 16, 2018
Ted Cruz is playing nice with his fellow Republicans. James Arkin from POLITICO explains why.
A life-changing day for both parties A life-changing day for both parties
Fri, September, 28, 2018
Yesterday's hearing on Capital Hill was life changing for both parties. Adam Wren from Politico explains why.
This Morning with Gordon Deal September 24, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal September 24, 2018
Mon, September, 24, 2018
Senate Democrats investigate a new allegation against Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh, who is winning in Trump's trade war, and French fries will likely lose an inch in Europe.
Is the Senate in Play? Don't Bet on It Is the Senate in Play? Don't Bet on It
Tue, September, 18, 2018
Democrats have a good chance at the House, but the Senate might be out of reach. Josh Kraushaar from National Journal has the story.
Stakes Are High as States Gear Up to Pick Governors Stakes Are High as States Gear Up to Pick Governors
Wed, September, 5, 2018
Wall Street Journal reporter Valerie Bauerlein explores the governors races that are up for grabs.
Both political parties are rejecting capitalism Both political parties are rejecting capitalism
Mon, August, 20, 2018
Rick Newman of Yahoo! Finance explains that both Democrats and Republicans are now lurching toward anti-capitalist statism, with the main difference being how the government should control the economy.
Democrats Ready to Move Past Michelle Obama's Democrats Ready to Move Past Michelle Obama's "Go High" Message
Wed, August, 15, 2018
Forget taking the high road. Listen as The Hill's Mike Lillis tells Gordon how Democrats are embracing Michael Avenatti's call for the party to get more aggressive in the Trump era and hit back harder than the GOP when responding to attacks.
Candidates Tout Careers in Espionage Candidates Tout Careers in Espionage
Mon, August, 13, 2018
There has been an uptick in candidates with backgrounds in espionage, counterterrorism, and foreign policy this campaign season. Byron Tau from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Parties face excited midterm electorate with reservations Parties face excited midterm electorate with reservations
Fri, July, 27, 2018
Reid Wilson of The Hill explains why both parties are nervous about their own prospects and almost fearful of what is still to come.
Inside the mission to blow up the 2020 Democratic field Inside the mission to blow up the 2020 Democratic field
Tue, July, 24, 2018
Christopher Cadelago, reporter at POLITICO, says that the effort to dig up dirt on Donald Trump's potential opponent is well underway.
In some toss-up House districts, Democrats have outraised GOP incumbents In some toss-up House districts, Democrats have outraised GOP incumbents
Thu, July, 19, 2018
Michelle Ye Hee Lee of The Washington Post explains why Democratic challengers in competitive House races are posting strong fundraising numbers for the midterm elections.
The List Won Trump at the White House. Now Democrats are Using It Against Him The List Won Trump at the White House. Now Democrats are Using It Against Him
Thu, July, 5, 2018
Listen as POLITICO's Lorraine Woellert tells Gordon how Democrats are using President Trump's list of potential Supreme Court nominees against him.
Can Democrats Play the Long Game? Can Democrats Play the Long Game?
Tue, July, 3, 2018
Listen as the National Journal's Josh Kraushaar debates with Gordon whether the Democratic party can wait before making its move.
Meet Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the 28-Year Old Who Took Out Joe Crowley Meet Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the 28-Year Old Who Took Out Joe Crowley
Thu, June, 28, 2018
Listen as POLITICO's Laura Nahmias gives Gordon a profile of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a former bartender who pulled off a shocking primary upset over New York Democratic Representative Joe Crowley.
Democrats Dodge Campaign Finance Law Democrats Dodge Campaign Finance Law
Wed, June, 27, 2018
Listen as POLITICO's James Arkin tells Gordon how Democratic senators are pushing the limits by essentially posting instruction manuals on how they prefer allied groups to attack their opponents, which super PACs have then turned into ads.
20 Weeks Out From Midterms, Democrats and Republicans Brace for Surprises 20 Weeks Out From Midterms, Democrats and Republicans Brace for Surprises
Wed, June, 20, 2018
Listen as The Hill's Reid Wilson joins Gordon to discuss how both Republicans and Democrats are keeping their heads on a swivel just 5 months out from the midterm elections.
Group Tries to Lower the Volume on the High-Decibel Noise That's Further Dividing a Polarized Nation Group Tries to Lower the Volume on the High-Decibel Noise That's Further Dividing a Polarized Nation
Tue, June, 19, 2018
Listen as USA Today's Ledyard King joins Gordon to discuss how a group in Virginia is trying to hear each other's political views rather than rebuke them like the majority of a polarized America.
3 Economic Ideas Democrats Can Run On 3 Economic Ideas Democrats Can Run On
Fri, May, 4, 2018
Yahoo Finance columnist Rick Newman examines economic ideas for Democrats including immigration, infrastructure spending, and healthcare reform.