The Daily Rundown's Chuck Todd and Vaughn Ververs, NBC Political Editor for MSNBC.com, introduce the new NBC politics app.
Our new politics app for the iPhone and iPad provides users with real-time access to the latest news and analysis from msnbc.com and NBC News.
It features an interactive game based on the 2012 battleground map, allowing readers the chance to test their skills as amateur political strategists.
View the app's latest news feed to see our up-to-the-minute breaking news, political analysis from First Read, feature stories and clips from television broadcasts. Or, break down the content by topics, using the navigation toolbar.
Our first edition of the battleground scenario game poses the question: If President Barack Obama loses both Ohio and Florida, could he still collect the 270 electoral votes necessary to win a second term?
NBC's Political Director and Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd explains how to play the game: from selecting which states to lean Democratic or Republican, and how to submit your map to the NBC Politics team.
Some maps will be featured on our Facebook page, so make sure to submit your name email address with each one!
How does President Obama get to 270 electoral votes if he loses the critical battleground states of Ohio and Florida? NBC's Chuck Todd reports.
Our afternoon Tip Sheet is special app feature that tells you exactly what you need to know about the day's political happenings. Released at 4 p.m. ET each weekday, it's a great way to catch up with NBC Politics as you're wrapping up your day.
The Tip Sheet includes notable quotes, pictures from the campaign trail, web-exclusive videos, and analysis from top political insiders.
Are you looking for specific state or national election results? Our app brings you detailed data from the Republican presidential primaries nationwide, broken down by state.
Get access to these groundbreaking interactive features by downloading our app for your device.