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Potential Election Day Firsts: Races To Watch

Tuesday offers a smorgasbord of possible history-making opportunities across the nation — from New Hampshire, which could end up with the nation's first all-female congressional delegation, to Arizona, which could elect its first Hispanic U.S. senator.
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Two Days Out: It's All About Election Day Turnout

With Election Day just two days away, the presidential campaigns of Democratic President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Gov. Mitt Romney are spending the final hours criss-crossing the swing states trying to get their supporters to the polls.
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NYC Marathoners Run For Storm Relief

In New York without a marathon, runners aren't wasting their energy. They're jogging through Staten Island with backpacks full of food and other supplies in a hastily organized mercy run.
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Knock By Knock, Campaigns Push N.H. To Vote

President Obama's supporters are trying to turn out voters in the battleground state of New Hampshire, even if it means using social pressure to do so.
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Romney Brings Bipartisan Appeal To Final Push

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney kicked off his final weekend of campaigning in New Hampshire, ending with a passionate embrace of bipartisanship. The appeal reflects a careful calculation by the Romney campaign: President Obama has a small lead in important swing states, but Romney has an edge with independent voters.
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Open For Business In Atlantic City, Despite Storm

As Sandy barreled down on Atlantic City, N.J., the owner of the Ducktown Tavern defiantly stayed open, just like he did a year ago during Hurricane Irene.
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Candidates' Last Hurrah: What's The Strategy?

In the final weekend before Election Day, host Rachel Martin discusses the presidential candidates' last-minute strategies and the effect of early voting with NPR's Mara Liasson.
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Wandering The Border: N.Y. Reactivates, In Part

NPR's Margot Adler has been covering the storms aftermath. On Saturday, she walked into Central Park, opened for the first time since before the storm. She then went to examine the "border areas," those blocks where there was power and normalcy on one side, and on the other, no lights and just the noise of a few generators pumping power.

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