PBS NewsHour full episode, Nov. 7, 2022

Monday on the NewsHour, candidates make their closing arguments to voters as control of Congress hangs in the balance. We examine the detailed, reliable methods used to track each race and announce the winners. Plus, the leader of the violent far-right Oath Keepers militia testifies in his trial for sedition relating to the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.

Candidates make closing arguments to voters

News Wrap: Air defense system is now in place in Ukraine

How the Associated Press projects winners on election night

Republican groups file legal challenges to voting process

Tamara Keith and Amy Walter on their midterm expectations

Oath Keepers leader testifies in his Jan. 6 sedition trial

Human rights case overshadows start of climate change summit

Translators remove barriers to voting for Indigenous people

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00:00 – Introduction
02:13 – Vote 2022
14:28 – News Wrap
18:20 – Making the Call
24:20 – Ballot Battle
30:27 – Political Stakes
39:25 – Sedition Trial
44:37 – Political Prisoner
48:58 – Translators remove barriers to voting for Indigenous people

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