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Who has Trump endorsed in midterm elections? A list

FOX News

President Trump looks to nationalize House and Senate races saying his agenda is on the line; chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports. Ahead of the midterm elections, President Trump has taken to Twitter to inform his millions of followers who he is endorsing – and he's confident his support will make the difference. "As long as I campaign and/or support Senate and House candidates (within reason), they will win," Trump said in August. "I LOVE the people, [and] they certainly seem to like the job I'm doing. If I find the time, in between China, Iran, the economy and much more, which I must, we will have a giant Red Wave!"


Comparing yourself on Election Day 2016 vs. today is the internet's best new meme

Mashable

Whether or not you were surprised by the results of the 2016 election, it's likely that a year out, you're a little worse for wear. Looking to share your own? The options are truly endless, but here's some of the best the hashtag has given us today:


Voter registration deadlines for each state

FOX News

Some states allow residents to register to vote on Election Day. But in other states, the voter registration deadline has already passed. With the midterm elections less than one month away, it might be too late for some Americans to register to vote. Although some states allow residents to sign up to vote on Election Day --Tues., Nov. 6, the deadline to register has already passed in several states. Read on for a look at voter registration deadlines by state, based on federal and state data.


Roy Moore challenges Alabama Senate election defeat, alleges rampant voter fraud

FOX News

The campaign is clinging to hope that when military ballots are counted the difference will shrink; Peter Doocy explains on'Special Report.'


Time to make the right career choice Bengaluru News - Times of India

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BENGALURU: Mission Admission 2019, a two-day higher education seminar and expo conducted by The Times of India to equip students with skills to make informed career choices, will kick off on Saturday at White Orchid Convention Centre, near Manyata Tech Park, Nagawara. From counsellors who will guide students on how to crack competitive examinations such as CET and ComedK UGET, to speakers who will guide those looking to pursue higher studies in art, design, visual effects, acting and photography, Mission Admission will be a one-stop shop for students looking for guidance. Entry for the event is free. Kannada filmmaker Indrajit Lankesh, who is making his Bollywood debut soon, said: "I am looking forward to interacting with students and speak about filmmaking as a career, especially in the context of the digital content boom." Tapping technologies With Bengaluru being the startup capital and entrepreneurship being the flavour of the season, the expo will help students understand careers in areas such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Big Data.