New York and New Jersey voters took to the polls today. Starting at 8pm, Brian Lehrer hosts a politics special with all the results, speeches, and analysis of what comes next for the region and the country.
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- WNYC reporters Anna Sale, Brigid Bergin, Andrea Bernstein, Jessica Gould, and New Jersey Public Radio's Nancy Solomon
- Mike Kelly of the Bergen Record and Reihan Salam of National Review on what to make of the "blue Northeast" and the state of the national GOP and Democratic brands.
- New York Magazine's Chris Smith on what comes next for Michael Bloomberg
- Elinor Tatum of the Amsterdam News on de Blasio's campaign
- Updates (if needed) from NYPIRG on voting troubles throughout New York City
Associate Producer, News/The Brian Lehrer Show
Paige Cowett first joined the Brian Lehrer Show as an intern, following two years deep in the weeds on housing policy and Brooklyn politics. Before that, she studied urban planning in Los Angeles, and before that she worked at arts non-profits in San Francisco. She's a 4th generation Californian from San Diego, and she holds a B.A. from UC Berkeley and an M.A. in Urban Planning from UCLA.
Associate Producer, The Brian Lehrer Show
Jody Avirgan started two days before The Brian Lehrer Show won a Peabody, and he is taking full credit. He comes to WNYC from WFUV, where he produced "Cityscape" and before that KQED Radio in San Francisco. He's a founder of Longshot Radio, and has produced pieces that have aired here and there and everywhere. Every other month in New York City he hosts the conversation series Ask Roulette, a live audience version of the Brian Lehrer Show's "radio roulette" segments.
Senior Producer, The Brian Lehrer Show
Megan Ryan is the Senior Producer of WNYC’s Peabody Award-winning program The Brian Lehrer Show. Ryan oversees day to day operations, which includes directing the live show, planning the next day’s program, and staying abreast of all things from mayoral races to storm systems to the whereabouts of the hipsters.
Alana Casanova-Burgess is a native New Yorker whose childhood was split between Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Samana peninsula in the Dominican Republic. She went (slightly) north to study at SUNY-Binghamton and stayed put to earn an M.A. from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism and work as a freelance reporter. She is living the intern-turned-staff dream since starting as a graduate school intern with the show in 2010.