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Handicapping the November election with NPR’s Ken Rudin




A paper ballot lays in a private voting booth at a polling station.
A paper ballot lays in a private voting booth at a polling station.
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Election Day is coming and races nationwide will decide the future of President Barack Obama’s agenda. Will we see a 2008 energy among young voters? Will the Tea Party be an asset or liability for conservatives? Will Barbara Boxer return to the Senate? And which party will control the House? Ken Rudin, political editor for NPR, makes his projections.

Guest:

Ken Rudin, political editor for NPR; writer of the Political Junkie blog