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In this edition: Our divided country as seen from the states; the worst takes about what happened; the Bernie Sanders prognosis. I really thought south Florida would have figured out how to design ballots by now, and this is The Trailer. People vote in Mississippi. (Rogelio V. Solis/AP). It sounds like a cliche, but it's true: The 2018 elections are revealing just how divided the country is and how much the divisions have widened. That's not to say that nothing budged since 2016. Across the country, with just a few exceptions, Republicans fell back from the highs they'd attained from 2015 to 2017. Every Senate race saw incumbent Democrats run ahead of the party's 2016 ticket, even when the... Full story

9 November