The Day Before

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Monday, November 03, 2008

Tune in to today’s Brian Lehrer Show for complete pre-Election Day coverage. The latest on the presidential race, troubleshooting problems at the polls, and a look at the historical significance of the election. Plus: the two candidates battling for New York’s 13th Congressional District seat make their case to the voters. Not sure what you'll be voting for tomorrow? Enter your address and find your personal ballot here.

Political Roundtable

Mark Halperin, editor-at-large and senior political analyst at Time, Robert George, editorial writer for the New York Post and blogger, and Marie Cocco, syndicated columnist with the Washington Post Writers Group, break down the latest election news.

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Election Lawyers on Alert

Richard Hasen, law professor at Loyola Law School who writes the Election Law Blog, talks about legal issues that may crop up on Election Day.

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Counting Calories

Cathy Nonas, director of the NYC Health Department's Physical Activity and Nutrition Program, discusses NYC's campaign to put calories front and center and how it's affecting consumer and retailer choices.

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Presidential History

Douglas Brinkley, professor of history at Rice University and most recently the author of Gerald R. Ford, comments on the election and its historical significance.

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Following Up: Green Jobs as Economic Stimulus

Jacob Sullum, New York Post columnist and senior editor of Reason, the libertarian monthly, and Van Jones, founder and president of Green for All, co-founder of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, and the author of, The Green Collar Economy (Harper ...

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The Race for Staten Island

The candidates for the U.S. Congressional seat of Staten Island, Republican Robert Straniere, a one-time New York State Assemblyman, and Democrat Michael McMahon, a New York City Councilman (District 49, North Shore), will discuss their candidacies.

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