PBS NewsHour full episode November 5, 2018


Monday on the NewsHour, candidates sprint toward the midterm election finish line, focused on getting out their voters. Also: The efforts to keep voting secure, the business of immigration enforcement, a sweeping new history of the United States and high school students speak out ahead of the election.

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