Keller @ Large: NH Voters' Harsh Descriptions Of Clinton, TrumpHey New Hampshire voters – don’t sugarcoat it, will ya?
Keller @ Large: Nothing To Fear After This Election EndsAre you scared of post-election turmoil and violence? Jon says don't be.
WBZ-UMass Poll: Clinton Leads Trump By 4 Points In NHWe asked voters what word they would use to describe the candidates and the results are awful.
Keller @ Large: Both Candidates Guilty Of Guilt By AssociationJon says whatever reluctance we have to engage in guilt by association seems to have disappeared during this campaign.
Keller @ Large: A Call For More Fact-CheckersJon says that, without the fact-checkers, reflexive dissemblers like Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump would run roughshod.
WBZ-UMass Poll: Debate Winner, Impact Of Media 'Bombshells'According to the new WBZ-TV & Radio/UMass Amherst poll, all the negative campaigning has succeeded in gutting the popularity of the two major-party presidential nominees.
Keller @ Large: Gender Gap In Politics Appears To Be ClosingJon says the differences between the way men and women vote can sometimes be decisive, but may become less of a factor this November.
Keller @ Large: Don't Let The Media Tell You The Election's OverJon says he's not usually a fan of media bashing, but he thinks the media should stop trying to pick a winner of the presidential election before voters do.
WBZ-UMass Poll: Ayotte Holds Thin Lead Over Hassan In NH Senate RaceA new WBZ-TV, WBZ NewsRadio, UMass Amherst poll of 772 likely voters finds Sen. Kelly Ayotte holding a wafer-thin lead over Gov. Maggie Hassan in the U.S. Senate race in New Hampshire.
Keller @ Large: Vote And Be Part Of The SolutionJon says if you feel all the presidential choices are so bad, then by all means, blank it. But make sure you get out and vote on the rest of the ballot.
Keller @ Large: Clock Ticking Down On Contentious Presidential CampaignWBZ-TV's Jon Keller discusses the latest election developments with political analyst Joanna Weiss and political strategist Charley Manning.
Keller @ Large: How You Can Change The SubjectJon has advice on how to turn the conversation elsewhere.