Situational awareness: Amazon has plans to split its second headquarters between two cities with 25,000 employees in each city, the Wall Street Journal’s Laura Stevens reports, citing "a person familiar with the matter." Amazon declined to comment.
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You already know what you think about the midterms, or are smarter than to predict. So here's a cheat sheet for what comes next.
The state of play for President Trump's next 30ish hours:
Between the lines... Assuming the expected Democratic House and Republican Senate, here's how the AP sees it going from investors' point of view:
What's next, if history holds: "The S&P 500 has generated an average price return of 16.7 percent in the 12 months after each of the midterm elections going back to 1946, according to CFRA. That’s 18 elections, many of which ended up shuffling the balance of power in Congress."
🎧 Axios' Alexi McCammond and Dan Primack set the stage for tomorrow's midterms on the Pro Rata podcast. Listen here.
Above: Ted Cruz speaks during a Get Out The Vote Bus Tour rally in Pearland, Texas.
Below: Beto O'Rourke addresses a campaign rally at the House of Blues in Houston, Texas.
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