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.
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: How You Can Change The SubjectJon has advice on how to turn the conversation elsewhere.
Keller @ Large: For Donald Trump, It’s All About The Family BrandThere's quite the uproar over Donald Trump's claim he might refuse to concede if he loses. Jon looks at the business reasons why Trump might or might not make good on that threat.
Keller @ Large: Mission Partly Accomplished For TrumpJon says Donald Trump needed to state his case without losing his cool along the way, as he did in the first two debates.
Keller @ Large: Who Had The Better Debate?Did Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump follow Jon’s road map to success in their final debate?
Keller @ Large: Skeptical About Curt Schilling's ChancesCurt Schilling, running for Senate against Elizabeth Warren in two years? Here are some reasons why Jon is skeptical.
Keller @ Large: Melania Trump's Tepid Defense Of Donald"While she did defend her husband, she did so in the flat, unemotional tone of someone reading their lines from a script."