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Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Former New Jersey Governor Christie Todd Whitman talks about what will change with a Republican governor in the Garden State. Joyce Purnick and others offer analysis of the surprisingly close mayoral race. Public Advocate-elect Bill De Blasio explains how he'll handle the office. Plus, young voters and the future of politics; do AIDS drugs accelerate aging?; and mapping outside the lines.

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Bill de Blasio, Joyce Purnick and Christie Todd Whitman

Vote 2009: The Morning After

Christine Todd Whitman, former New Jersey governor and president of The Whitman Strategy Group, an environmental consultancy firm, talks about what faces Chris Christie as the first Republican governor in eight years for the Garden State. Then Bob Hennelly, WNYC's senior political reporter, reviews the NYC mayoral election and ...

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Future Politics

Elizabeth Mendez Berry, journalist and author of "Obama Generation," at, and Leslie Feldman, professor of political science at Hofstra University, talk about the contributions of young Democrats and Republicans to yesterday's elections and what the results mean for the national parties.

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Bloomberg: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

Joyce Purnick, long-time New York Times political writer and the author of Mike Bloomberg: Money, Power, Politics, talks about New York City races. Then, Bill de Blasio was elected Public Advocate last night - he discusses how he plans to work with the Bloomberg administration.

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Aging Fast with AIDS

David France, contributing editor at New York Magazine, talks about his article in this week's magazine about accelerated aging among people living with AIDS.

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Maps Outside the Boundaries

Red states, blue states, made up states. Katharine Harmon, editor of The Map as Art: Contemporary Artists Explore Cartography talks about her new book, which highlights maps as outfits, political statements and art.

Gallery Show: The Map as Art at Christopher Henry Gallery, 127 Elizabeth Street. 212.244.6004. November ...

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