Front Page: The New York Times – November 7, 2022

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Confidence, Anxiety and a Scramble for Votes Two Days Before the Midterms

As candidates made their closing arguments on Sunday, Democrats braced for potential losses even in traditionally blue corners of the country while Republicans predicted a red wave.

As Midterms Near, Biden Faces a Nation as Polarized as Ever

President Biden had hoped to preside over a moment of reconciliation after the turmoil of the Trump years. But the fever of polarizing politics has not broken ahead of Tuesday’s midterm elections.

Trump-DeSantis Rift Grows, With Dueling Rallies in Florida

The Republican Party’s top two stars are campaigning, separately, in the midterms’ last days.

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