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Post-Election Day Reads

by David Howard King, Nov 06, 2013
 

If you are anything like us, you are still nursing that Election Night hangover — the kind you get from an overdose of voter data, political theater, electioneering, and the conclusion of months if not years of work in a single blur of a day.

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So, just in case you were too busy rocking yourself slowly back to sanity in a corner somewhere or catching up on a year’s worth of missed sleep, we present to you the best analysis of what got us through election night 2013 and through this morning (besides the caffeine, of course).

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De Blasio’s Win Signals Working Families Party’s Rise (Daily Beast)

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Brooklyn and De Blasio Become Dominant (The New Yorker)

New York’s Newly Elected Hispanic Officials (Hispanic New York)

De Blasio’s Long and Lucky Campaign (WNYC)

How De Blasio Triumphed (The Guardian)




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