What Tuesday's Results May Mean For 2012

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Nov. 9 Junkie segment on TOTN


Ken Rudin, Political Junkie columnist, NPR
Anna Greenberg, senior vice president and principal at Greenberg, Quinlan, Rosner Research
Alex Vogel, partner at Mehlman, Vogel, Castagnetti
Julie Rovner, health policy correspondent, NPR

In Ohio, voters overturned a controversial bill limiting union rights. With one race still too close to call in Virginia, Republicans in that state can still seize the senate. Mississippians elected a new governor and voted down an amendment on "personhood."



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