Election Day 2008: Hour Two

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Daniel Moulthrop, from WCPN Cleveland Public Radio's "Sound of Ideas" public affairs show, talks about the swing state of Ohio,

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Eduardo de Oliveira, reporter for the New England Ethnic Newswire at the University of Massachusetts in Boston, and the Nashua Telegraph, as well as the Feet in 2 Worlds project, describes the scene in New Hampshire.

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Allison Fine, co-founder of Twitter Vote Report, senior editor at Personal Democracy Forum, and author of Momentum: Igniting Social Change in the Connected Age, will talk about Twitter Vote Report, and how it might be an antidote to a complicated Election Day.

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Dave Dewitt, reporter at WUNC, North Carolina Public Radio, joins us to break down what's happening in North Carolina.

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Douglas Kellner, co-chair of New York State's Board of Elections and partner in the law firm of Kellner Herlihy Getty & Friedman, and Penny Venetis, professor at Rutgers Law School and co-director of constitutional litigation clinic at Rutgers Law School, discuss voting in New York and New Jersey.

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Molly Ball, political reporter for the Las Vegas Review Journal, discusses voting in Nevada.

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Adaora Udoji, The Takeaway's co-host, is in Georgia for Election Day. She talks about the voting there. Throughout the show we'll be taking your voting stories from all over the New York Region. How did it feel to vote? Comment below with your experience!And: is watching the returns an event for you? Where do you watch?