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Peter Fedynsky
November 03, 2012 4:39 AM
Even as residents and officials in the Northeastern United States struggle to clean up after Hurricane Sandy, they are looking ahead to this Tuesday - Election Day. Many polling stations in New York City and New Jersey remain flooded or without power. VOA correspondent Peter Fedynsky reports from New York that election officials are trying to make sure every voter can cast a ballot.

Despite Storm, New York and New Jersey Prepare for Elections

Peter Fedynsky

Published November 03, 2012

Even as residents and officials in the Northeastern United States struggle to clean up after Hurricane Sandy, they are looking ahead to this Tuesday - Election Day. Many polling stations in New York City and New Jersey remain flooded or without power. VOA correspondent Peter Fedynsky reports from New York that election officials are trying to make sure every voter can cast a ballot.


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