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Join WWNO and NPR on Tuesday, November 4, for special election night coverage starting at 8 p.m. CST.Hosted by NPR's Robert Siegel and Melissa Block, along with WWNO's Eve Troeh and commentator Errol Laborde.NPR reporters and correspondents, including National Political Correspondent Don Gonyea, White House Correspondent Tamara Keith, and Congressional Reporter Ailsa Chang will be watching returns at a dozen campaign headquarters nationwide. Scott Horsley will be at the White House, monitoring President Obama’s response to the evening’s results. We’ll also hear from NPR’s Michel Martin in Georgia, and we’ll talk with a number of newsmakers throughout the evening. WWNO, WRKF and The Lens reporters will covering the results in our region.Join us on Tuesday evening, November 4, starting at 8 p.m. on WWNO.View our Political Twitter IndexLouisiana voters can find their registration information, polling location, sample ballots and more on the Secretary of State's website and below.00000176-e49b-dce8-adff-f6df16ab0001

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Amy Jeffries
Amy started her career in public radio at WNPR in Hartford, CT more than a decade ago. NPR flew her in to Baton Rouge to help WRKF cover the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina while she was still based in the North. Here she found her journalistic calling.

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