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This is a Call

Journalism is history written on the run. This Election Day, help us record the race!! Click image for details.
[I would also appreciate if my fellow bloggers and TCP readers could help Alan and I out by mentioning this on your blogs. We'd like to recruit as many people as possible and your assistance would go a long way. I don't ask for much. Well, do I?]

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Comments

Hey, speaking of elections, y'all in New York want to rein in your frickin' Attorney General? He's killing the stock market.

On topic, you got actual journalistic bloggers of Jeff Quinton and Brian S. in SC, so don't think I can help much..

I can do Mass if you need someone. I'm Chris Lynch and I'm reporting for duty.

Would coverage of the coverage be helpfull? I'm about 99% sure I'll end up working that night, but I'd be glad to provide what I can from inside a newsroom in Providence, RI.