4) The Arizona Supreme Court denied a motion on Tuesday to temporarily reinstate Independent Redistricting Chairwoman Colleen Mathis to the committee after she was impeached last week by the state senate and GOP Gov. Jan Brewer, the Arizona Republic reports. Oral arguments in the case are set for Nov. 17, but her absence could leave the committee deadlocked as it moves forward 3) Even after two women have gone public with stories about their interactions with Herman Cain, the GOP presidential frontrunner says he is not dropping out of the race, and denied any wrongdoing. 2) Questions about the sexual harassment allegations against Cain will not be barred at a debate sponsored by the Michigan Republican Party and CNBC tonight at 8 p.m. ET. 1) On Election Day, there were plenty of non-surprises (the repeal of SB 5 in Ohio, Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear winning reelection in Kentucky, to name a couple), but the sound defeat of a Mississippi initiative that would have expanded the definition of personhood and would thereby ban abortions was notable. Meanwhile, in Virginia control of the state Senate is still in doubt this morning. Republicans appear to have picked up two seats needed to get to a 20-20 tie, but one race's margin is so slim, a recount may follow. Overall, it was a good night for Democrats, who notched several significant victories. Be sure to check out our Election Night roundup for the details on each of the elections. Jessica Taylor contributed
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