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Election Day 2009

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Tuesday, November 03, 2009

It’s the first Tuesday in November, and it’s time for your voting stories and the traditional informal, unofficial, thoroughly unscientific Brian Lehrer Show exit poll. Plus, the latest analysis on not just New Jersey and New York City contests, but important races in upstate New York, Maine, Virginia, and elsewhere. Special Coverage Tonight! Be sure to tune in tonight starting at 8pm on 93.9 FM and AM 820 WNYC for special election coverage.

Election Day: New York and New Jersey

Tom Moran, political columnist for the Star-Ledger, analyzes today's election in New Jersey, and Azi Paybarah, reporter for the New York Observer, analyzes the New York City races.

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The Maine Event: Marriage on the Ballot

A referendum on same sex marriage in Maine may serve as a bellwether for legislation around the country. Susan Cover, statehouse reporter for the Kennebec Journal, reports on what's at stake.

Then
People will be voting on other ballot initiatives all over the country. Nathan Newman, executive director ...

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NYC Election Day

Bloomberg vs. Thompson has been a heated contest, but what will today tell us about the next four years? Bob Hardt, executive producer and political director for NY1, offers election day analysis as New Yorkers go to the polls.

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NJ Election Day

More analysis on the Christie-Corzine-Daggett contest: Bob Ingle, bureau chief for Gannett Newspapers in Trenton, offers election day analysis as New Jersey voters go to the polls.

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More Elections

Long Island
Lawrence Levy, executive director of the National Center for Suburban Studies at Hofstra University and a former columnist for Newsday, talks about the Nassau County Executive race.

Not-So-Sweet Virginia
It's not just New Jersey that has a big gubernatorial election today. Robert McCartney, metropolitan ...

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