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GOP leading Democrats among women voters as midterms near?

The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel weighs in on women voters in the midterm elections and why Democrats are distancing themselves from President Obama.

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  1. Americans don’t mind politicians staying in office forever?

    Independent Women’s Voice Policy Analyst Hadley Heath Manning and FreedomWorks CEO Matt Kibbe discuss the wrongs of politicians making their jobs a career.

  2. Democrats suddenly disowning President Obama ahead of midterms?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on some Democratic candidates disassociating themselves from President Obama ahead of the elections after supporting his agenda for years in Congress.

  3. How will the midterm elections impact your portfolio?

    Capital Alpha Partners analyst Loren Smith and Newedge Director of Market Strategy Robbert van Batenburg on how the midterm elections could potentially impact investors’ portfolios.

  4. Americans don’t mind politicians staying in office forever?

    Independent Women’s Voice Policy Analyst Hadley Heath Manning and FreedomWorks CEO Matt Kibbe discuss the wrongs of politicians making their jobs a career.

  5. Battleground states a threat to Democrats in the midterms?

    FOX News contributor Katie Pavlich on the midterm elections, President Obama and the millennial vote.

  6. Obama changes stance on Ebola?

    The Independents, Townhall.com Political Editor Guy Benson and Forbes Senior Political Contributor Rick Ungar discuss Obama’s angry ‘outrage’ speeches on Ebola.

  7. If Republicans win the Senate, what happens to President Obama?

    FBN’s Charles Payne, NewOak Capital President James Frischling, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, Monster Worldwide Senior V.P. Joanie Courtney, small business expert Susan Solovic and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the potential impact of the midterm elections.

  8. Republicans focusing too much on ObamaCare in election campaigns?

    FBN’s Charles Payne on the midterm elections.

  9. Falling oil prices impact on midterm elections

    Manhattan Institute senior fellow Robert Bryce argues lower oil and gas prices will not be the leading factor in the midterm elections.

  10. Twenty-nine percent of doctors don’t know if their practice takes ObamaCare

    Board Certified Otolaryngologist Dr. Elaina George discusses the issues that come up while working with ObamaCare and it’s true costs.

  11. Efforts to find a cure for neurological diseases

    Ann Romney and Ann Romney Center Co-Director Dr. Howard Weiner discuss efforts to improve the treatments and find a cure for neurological diseases.

  12. Lawsuit challenging ObamaCare ’s employer mandate delay

    Dr. Larry Kawa and Judicial Watch attorney Michael Bekesha on the legal challenge to the delay of ObamaCare ’s employer mandate .

  1. Which midterm issues will create a market catalyst?

    Potomac Research Chief Political Strategist Greg Valliere and Banyan Partners Chief Market Strategist Bob Pavlik discuss how the midterm elections will impact Wall Street.

  2. Alaska Democrat says President Obama is ‘not relevant’

    ‘The Hill’ Associate Editor A.B. Stoddard and FNC’s Jedediah Bila on the Obama Administration’s impact on the midterm elections.

  3. Gasparino: This is still a contradictory market

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino discusses the markets and the midterm elections.

  4. Make it rain: Nearly $4B price tag for 2014 midterms

    Chase Bank Chief Economist Anthony Chan and Special Report Anchor Bret Baier discuss the cost of the 2014 elections and the issues pressing voters.

  5. Eli Lilly CEO: We hope to resume growth next year

    Eli Lilly CEO John Lechleiter discusses his outlook for growth and when he expects to have patent expirations behind.

  6. Johnson & Johnson CEO on innovation

    Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky says there are a number of areas where sensors will play a major role in health care.

  7. Would a GOP-controlled Congress boost the economy?

    FBN’s Rich Edson explains how a Republican-controlled Congress could boost parts of the U.S. economy.

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