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Would an Obama Win Make Mitch McConnell a Failure?

The Senate Minority leader set a goal of preventing an Obama second term.

A worker brings voting equipment into East Elementary School in Long Beach, N.Y., Monday Nov. 5, 2012, as it is set up to serve as a polling station for election day Tuesday.

Sandy-Damaged States Creatively Prepare for Election Day Polling Trouble

From army trucks to extra voting days, storm damaged states are ready for Election Day.

What’s at stake for federal employees in the presidential election?

A look at our coverage of how Obama and Romney would govern.

House leaders urged to consider more disaster aid

Need might become clear once full extent of damage is known, letter says.

OPM's John Berry said federal agencies are authorized for special solicitations outside the Combined Federal Campaign.

OPM director allows disaster relief fundraisers for Sandy

Move permits solicitation for charitable donations outside of the Combined Federal Campaign.

New York's Battery Park was one of the public areas affected by Sandy. The park also looks at Liberty Island, a National Monument.

Labor Department joins list of agencies sending funds to Sandy’s victims

More than $27 million will go toward restoration of public lands and infrastructure.

How Jack Lew could save Obama's legacy

The former OMB director could be instrumental in a grand-bargain budget deal.

Infographic: Who Actually Votes in America?

An interesting snapshot of who takes advantage of the right to vote in the U.S.

Election Day is Tomorrow: What You Need to Know

With one day left, a look at how the race will end, what the polls are saying and what you need to know for election day.

Letter carrier Dawn Greco wades in the water to deliver the mail after superstorm Sandy.

USPS in ‘emergency’ mode to deliver ballots from states hit by Sandy

Postal Service invokes special protocols to combat power outages in storm-ravaged areas.