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This coverage of American elections in November 2018 included minute-by-minute news of contests across the country for Senate and House seats, governorships and other public offices.2018 Midterm Elections is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (37 episodes). The series first aired on October 12, 2018.

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1 Season, 37 Episodes
October 12, 2018
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2018 Midterm Elections Full Episode Guide

  • Gun control advocate Emma Gonzalez is doing the hard work of holding politicians accountable because "it's their job to make our world better."

  • Across Arizona, Nevada, Florida and Texas, voters are ready for elected leaders to put partisanship aside.

  • The Florida governor's debate brought some extra heat to the Sunshine State.

  • Rita Bosworth and Lyzz Schwegler, both of the Sister District Project, join Morning Joe to discuss their effort to turn states blue.

  • Mike Espy is running for Senate in a Mississippi special election against Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith and Chris McDaniel , and the race could head to a runoff.

  • Steve Kornacki looks at the voter enthusiasm numbers in the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll to tell us what it could mean for the midterm elections on November 6.

  • A new poll shows health care is the top issue this election year, with 71 percent of voters saying it’s “very important” in deciding who they’ll send to Congress this November.

  • DCCC Chair Rep. Ben Ray Luján joins Kasie DC to talk about the battle for the House in the 2018 midterms.

  • Meet the Press' Chuck Todd takes a look at the latest NBC News/ WSJ poll and talks about voter turnout.

  • With less than three weeks until this fall's midterm elections, voting rights remain under attack in key states.

  • Ali Velshi talks with NBC News' Jo Ling Kent about her interview with Reddit CEO Steve Huffman, and how the social media platform is working to prevent interference in the 2018 election.

  • In today's Meet the Midterms, Chuck Todd looks at the effects of a political ad from Heidi Heitkamp's re-election campaign that outed sexual assault survivors without their permission.

  • NBC News' Vaughn Hillyard travels to Iowa to see how polling in the state appears to be favoring Democrats.

  • Gun control advocate Emma Gonzalez is doing the hard work of holding politicians accountable because "it's their job to make our world better."

  • NBC’s Jacob Soboroff heads to Staten Island to figure out what matters to voters in the Republican district in the overwhelmingly Democratic New York City.

  • From 2010 to 2014, Republicans ran more than 10 times the number of anti-ACA ads as Democrats. This year the script is flipped.

  • With just over three weeks until the midterm elections, voter enthusiasm is surging in both parties. The panel on Kasie DC breaks down Democrats’ uphill climb to retaking the Senate.

  • Katy Tur speaks with Missouri political experts Jo Mannies, Mike Kelley and John Hancock about the Senate race between Claire McCaskill and Josh Hawley.

  • Women voters in Trump country are phone banking and speaking out ahead of the midterms for candidates who support coverage of pre-existing conditions. NBC News' Morgan Radford discusses.

  • Over 500 women filed to run for Congress this year. NBC News’s political reporter Jane Timm explains how their campaigns differ from previous candidates.

  • UVA Center for Politics Director Larry Sabato joins MTP Daily to discuss the Republicans struggling in states Trump won in 2016.

  • Houston is now one of the most diverse cities in the country -- a change which Democrats hope will help U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke succeed over Sen. Ted Cruz.

  • With progressive Democrat Andrew Gillum against Trump-backed Republican Ron DeSantis, could this race preview the 2020 Presidential election?

  • Steve Kornacki examines the Pennsylvania House races, exploring how the GOP is now playing defense in a state critical to President Trump’s 2016 victory.

  • The race between Democrat Heidi Heitkamp and Republican Kevin Cramer could be a referendum on Democrats’ ability to defend states in Trump country.

  • As Republican Sen. Ted Cruz fights to retain his seat in Texas, could a Democrat actually win?

  • Can Democrat Claire McCaskill defend her seat against Republican Josh Hawley in a state that’s become increasingly red?

  • With progressive Democrat Stacey Abrams against Trump-backed Republican Brian Kemp, how closely does Georgia reflect our national politics?

  • Can Democrat Phil Bredesen win Bob Corker’s open seat and turn this red state blue?

  • Can incumbent Democrat Joe Donnelly hang on against Republican businessman Mike Braun in a state that Donald Trump won in 2016?

  • Can Democrat Kyrsten Sinema win Jeff Flake’s open seat and move Democrats closer to retaking the Senate? Steve Kornacki breaks down the race.

  • With seven Republicans up for re-election in districts Hillary Clinton won in 2016, could these California races determine control of the House?

  • What would it take for Democrats to regain control of the Senate? Steve Kornacki breaks it all down at the Big Board.

  • Incumbent Republican Dean Heller faces a tough challenge from Democratic opponent Jacky Rosen in Nevada, a state carried by Hillary Clinton in 2016.

  • Steve Kornacki breaks down the fight for control of the House in the Midterms, and the magic number Democrats need in order to regain the majority.

  • Steve Kornacki digs into the latest battleground polling just ahead of the midterms to see if Democrats are gaining or losing ground in their elections.

  • With less than a month until the midterms, the race for governor in Georgia is a toss up. Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams joins Morning Joe to discuss.