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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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Obama Makes Final Pitch To Get Out The Vote

President Obama is campaigning virtually around the clock this weekend. More than one-third of the country has already voted, and Obama is making his closing argument for those heading to the polls on Tuesday.
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Rural Crews Help City Comrades Tackle N.Y. Disaster

As New York City's first responders begin to show fatigue, and in many cases deal with losses of their own homes, replacement crews of firefighters are getting ready to roll into Manhattan and Long Island. Among them are a group of firefighters from a small rural fire station in the mountains of upstate New York.
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In The Face Of Disaster, Sports Don't Always Unite

Host Rachel Martin talks with NPR's Mike Pesca about the cancellation of the New York City Marathon in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
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Fighting For Fuel: Lack Of Calm After The Storm

Nearly six days after Sandy, New York and New Jersey are struggling to get back to normal. Power has been restored to many, but gas is a hot commodity. People have been flocking by the hundreds to get fuel, and the states' governors have been trying to keep the situation under control.
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Focus In Iowa Turns To Those Who Might Not Vote

In the key state of Iowa, supporters of President Obama and Mitt Romney and talking to thousands of potential voters. In the last days of the campaigns, the hope is to inspire voters who might not otherwise go to the polls.

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