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It's Primary Election Day In New York

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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

The phones will be open for the Brian Lehrer Show’s informal, unofficial, thoroughly unscientific exit poll on this Election Day. Call in with your voting story. Plus: the latest on the U.S. response to a chemical attack in Syria; and sportscaster Howie Rose on his recent book Put It In the Book!: A Half-Century of Mets Mania.

Informal, Unofficial, Thoroughly Unscientific Exit Poll: NYC Primary Elections

It's primary election day -- call in to share your voting story in our informal, unofficial, thoroughly unscientific exit poll. Are you a first-time voter? When did you make your decision? What drove you to the polls today? Call 212-433-9692 or post here. 

→ Election Day Resources: Last-Minute Guide to Voting | Your #VoterSelfies and Election Survey| Track Results

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Primary Day: Problems Pulling the Lever?

You may have noticed that you pulled a lever to vote today. And many of you reported that it didn't go very smoothly. NYPIRG's Neal Rosenstein discusses why the machines are back, and what kinds of problems they are encountering. If you had problems at the polls, fill out our survey and/or contact the NYPIRG/CommonCause voter hotline directly at 212-822-0282.

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Syria Agrees to Chemical Weapons Deal

Jonathan Tepperman, managing editor of Foreign Affairs and columnist at the International Herald Tribune, talks about the latest developments on possible intervention in Syria, including a Russian proposal to move chemical weapons from Syria to international control -- and what that might mean for the President's message to the nation tonight.

 

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Mets Fan Play-by-Play

Howie Rose, Mets broadcaster and the author (with Phil Pepe) of Put It In the Book!: A Half-Century of Mets Mania (Triumph Books, 2013), shares his story of becoming a play-by-play announcer (including early gigs on WNYC) alongside the 50-year history of the baseball team.

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