- Another election, another horse race?
Political reporters talk about hotly contested and nationally watched races in Missouri, Pennsylvania and Michigan. And they reflect on what worked and what didn't in midterm media coverage.9:06 a.m.
Carrie Budoff: Pennsylvania political reporter and lead reporter on the U.S. Senate race between Republican Rick Santorum and Democrat Bob Casey.
Rick Albin: Political reporter for WOOD-TV in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Jo Mannies: Political correspondent, St. Louis Post-Dispatch. She covers the U.S. Senate race between Republican Jim Talent and Democrat Claire McCaskill.
Bob Collins: MPR's online editor. He writes the Polinaut blog.
Susan Rasky: Lecturer in journalism at the University of California at Berkeley.
- Democracy at birth
As people head to the polls to exercise their political voice, Midmorning explores how one of the first democracies was practiced in ancient Greece, and how it's evolved into its current modern form.10:06 a.m.
Ed Wingenbach: Associate professor of government at the University of Redlands, California.
Josiah Ober: Political science professor at Stanford University.
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