Friday on the NewsHour, new jobs numbers signal a strong economy as voters head to the polls for the Midterm elections. Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss how both parties are trying to bolster their bases. And Jeffrey Brown visits a festival in Wisconsin aimed at bridging the rural-urban divide while celebrating beer, kombucha, and all things fermented.
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WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
News Wrap: Trump and Obama rally voters
What does October’s banner jobs report tell us?
Trump administration restores Iran sanctions
How polling has changed since the 2016 election
Shields and Brooks on Trump’s focus on immigration
Could Harvard discrimination case change college admissions?
This festival aims to bridge the urban-rural divide
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