The Nation Votes in Potentially Seismic Election

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After Saudi intelligence tips led to explosives on U.S.-bound cargo planes, the difficulties in quickly ramping up security in the cargo shipping industry; looking at Kentucky and South Carolina, where serious Tea Party-backed candidates seem very likely to win; President Obama's campaign influence in various Senate races; previewing likely actions by the House of Representatives should the GOP take the majority; poll movement in races' last few days; the rare appearance of close three-way Senate races, one in Alaska and one in Florida; two House races which look to be returning closely-won Dem seats from 2008 to the Republican column; checking in with ballot designs, ten years after hanging chads and Bush v. Gore determined the 2000 presidential election.

Takeaway Washington correspdont Todd Zwillich joins us in-studio for most of the morning.