Marketplace AM for November 3, 2004

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And now what?

Now that the voting has ended, what sort of legal maneuvering could we see in this election? Host Kai Ryssdal talks to Richard Hasen, a professor of election law at Loyola University in Los Angeles.

Wall Street, the day after

Senator John Kerry has called the White House and conceded the 2004 election. What are the markets making of the morning's election news? Host Tess Vigeland checks in with Tom Schraeder, a trader at Legg Mason for his assessment of how the day is shaping up.
Posted In: Wall Street

Did campaign reform work?

This was the first presidential election held using the new McCain-Feingold campaign reform rules. So, how did it work out? Marketplace's John Dimsdale gives us a report card.

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