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Congress Political Leaders

  • Cramer's Trade If Romney Wins...

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports President Obama spent part of election day in Chicago at a phone bank calling volunteers who have been working for him; CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports from Boston where Romney and his supporters are at the convention center; and Mad Money host Jim Cramer says "if you think Romney is going to win the election, the trade of the evening is to short General Motor, and long Ford."

  • Rohr: Neither Candidate Can Allow Fiscal Cliff

    James Rohr, PNC Financial Services Chairman & CEO, says whoever wins the Presidential election, both parties have to come together to avert the fiscal cliff.

  • Sprint to the Finish

    The "Your Money, Your Vote" team discusses when the polls will be closing around the country and the role of voter turnout in the Presidential election.

  • Virginia Is For Voters

    Anyone in line by 7pm in Alexandria, Virginia, will have the chance to vote, with CNBC's Diana Olick and Brian Sullivan; and the "Your Money, Your Vote" team discuss which states are closing polling stations next.

  • Rising Above the Fiscal Cliff

    CNBC's Eamon Javers breaks down the balance of power in Congress ahead of the election. Romney supporter Martin Feldstein, Harvard University Economics Professor and Emeritus of the National Bureau of Economic Research president, discusses his analysis on whether Romney, if elected, could pay for the tax cuts he promised.

  • Gov. Branstad: A Lot of Iowa Feels Betrayed By Obama

    Tens of millions of Americans have already cast their votes for the U.S. presidential candidate. CNBC's "Your Money, Your Vote" team discuss the presidential candidates' campaign efforts in the swing states, with Gov. Terry Branstad (R-Iowa).

  • Voting in the Aftermath of Sandy

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports how residents of New Jersey are getting to the polls, despite difficult circumstances.

  • Silicon Valley's Surprising Politics

    Randi Zuckerberg, Bravo's "Start-Ups: Silicon Valley" executive producer, shares insight on what the election means for big tech and startups.

  • How Third Party Impacts Elections: Nader

    "The two-party dictatorship is going to come in for some real challenge," said Ralph Nader, consumer advocate, explaining why politicians should pay more attention to the Independent voter.

  • Dude, Where's My Polling Station?

    Having trouble locating your local polling station? There's an app for that. Dennis Crowley, CEO and Co-Founder of Foursquare, explains.

  • What an Obama or Romney Win Means For Gold

    Frank Holmes, U.S. Global Investors CEO & CIO, explains how investors can profit from the precious metal.

  • Battle For the Battleground States

    CNBC's Scott Cohn and Diana Olick report the latest election details on key swing vote areas in Ohio and Virginia.

  • Voting Underway Across the Nation

    CNBC's John Harwood reports the latest details on Election Day as candidates cast their ballots. Also, a look at how the vote will impact the markets, with Dan Greenhaus, BTIG chief global strategist.

  • What Tax Rate Are You Willing to Pay?

    James Stewart, The New York Times columnist, breaks down the numbers to see what a change in tax rates means for your finances.

  • Election Will 'Baffle' Some People: Cashin

    "The market is as confused as everyone else," said Arthur Cashin, UBS Financial Services, discussing the impact of today's Presidential election on the markets.

  • Paul Ryan to Vote in Wisconsin Hometown

    The GOP hopes Ryan will put the traditionally blue state in play, reports NBC's Ron Mott.

  • Election Day Roadmap for Markets

    The "Squawk on the Street" news crew reports on how today's election will affect trading. Also, a check on automakers, and a strike in Greece.

  • Lindsey Changes His Election Prediction

    Lawrence Lindsey, The Lindsey Group, president & CEO, explains how conflicting poll assumptions caused him to switch his prediction to a Romney win.

  • Democrats Gear Up For Another Four Years

    Don Peebles, CEO & Chairman of The Peebles Corporation, talks about his hopes for the Democratic ticket, and why he has hope for a bipartisan solution to the fiscal cliff problem.

  • Langone: 'There's a Silver Lining to This Tragedy'

    "We're going to show the world why New York is indeed the greatest city on earth," said Kenneth Langone, Chairman and President of Invemed Associates, discussing how New Yorkers came together to help each other after Hurricane Sandy.