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Exit Poll Results Roll In As Americans Vote

Lynn Neary speaks with pollster Andrew Kohut of Pew Research about preliminary results from exit polling in the presidential race.
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New York City's Elderly Worry As Temperatures Dip

The elderly residents of Wave Crest Gardens in Queens know things could be worse. Their building didn't get washed away, or lose a roof, during Sandy. But they've been without heat and power for a week, and some residents are increasingly worried.
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Jersey Shore Storm Survivors Face Uncertain Future

Some 100 evacuees from towns like Seaside Heights are now staying at a Red Cross shelter on the New Jersey mainland. They don't know where they will live, or what they will do, or what tomorrow will bring.
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Long Ballot Ties Up Florida Voters At The Polls

Lynn Neary talks with Greg Allen, who was covering Election Day in Florida.
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Northeast Braces For Another Storm With Wind, Rain

New York and New Jersey were still struggling with the effects of Hurricane Sandy as word came of a new storm about to hit the region. Officials began warning of possible new power outages and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he'll ask residents of some some low-lying areas to evacuate. For many people, the challenges of life after last week's storm are becoming a sort of routine: long lines for transit, long lines for gas, long commutes. But for those hardest hit, the paperwork storm shows no signs of abating.
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Colorado Shifting From Republican To Swing State

Lynn Neary talks with Jeff Brady, who was covering Election Day in Colorado.
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New Jersey Voters Face Election Troubles After Storm

Lynn Neary talks to Jim Zarroli, who was covering Election Day in New Jersey.

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