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Political freaks and geeks speak

NBC-17 news here in Raleigh is taking an interesting approach to Election Day. The station is webcasting a continuous stream of politicians, commentators and interested citizens in 15 minute bites all day on its website. You can check out the schedule here.

I get to go on right after House Speaker Thom Tillis tonight at 7:15 — which means, I’m sure that there will be plenty of erroneous statements and claims still hovering in the air. Should be fun. 

Click here to check out the stream.

2 Comments


  1. Clayton Henkel

    November 6, 2012 at 9:33 am

    And for those channel surfing, Chris Fitzsimon will be on News Channel 14 (http://triangle.news14.com/) after the polls close providing analysis with anchor Tim Boyum.

  2. Janet McCormick

    November 6, 2012 at 12:28 pm

    Looking forward to your comments, Rob!

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