WNYC's Bob Hennelly is an award-winning investigative journalist. While at WNYC he has reported on a wide gamut of major public policy questions ranging from immigration and homeland security to power outages and utility mergers.
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The outcome of the presidential race was predicted in New York from the beginning of the campaign. But this election became a pitted battle over change in Albany. We discuss the state Assembly and Senate races with WNYC's Albany reporter Karen DeWitt.
Also, after months of speculation that New Jersey was in play for its' presidential preference, the state came in for Senator Kerry, but by nowhere near the half-million vote margin that it gave Vice President Al Gore in 2000. WNYC's New Jersey correspondent Bob Hennelly tells us more.