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Washington Journal for Monday, November 5

Washington, DC
Monday, November 5, 2012

Brian Mooney, Boston Globe Reporter  
Topic: Guest, a reporter who’s covered Massachusetts politics for more than 30 years, will reflect on Mitt Romney’s governing style when he served as Governor of Massachusetts from January 2003 to January 2007.  

Linda Feldmann, Christian Science Monitor White House Correspondent
Topic: If President Obama wins four more years, what happens next? How does he govern in a second term?

Matthew Cooper, National Journal Daily Editor
Topic: Guest will discuss National Journal’s latest Congressional Connection Poll looking at voters’ attitudes toward the Presidential race, Congressional elections, and divided government.

Jon Greenbaum, Former Senior Trial Attorney DOJ Civil Rights Division-Voting Section 1997-2003, and Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law – Legal Director
Topic: The Voting Rights Act allows the Justice Department to appoint Federal Observers to monitor procedures polling places and at places where ballots are counted and to allow monitoring in political subdivisions certified by the Attorney General.  Guest will discuss how the Department decides what places they’ll monitor, the manpower and resources involved and how they deal with legal issues on Election Day.

Updated: Monday, November 5, 2012 at 10:24am (ET)

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