1. Division OH Twelve PT1

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    Join Buzz Burbank as he covers the election results LIVE with featured guests Robb Spewak, Marc Ronick, Katie Forbes Von Herman, Andrew Langer and Bob Cesca. Part 2 available at: https://vimeo.com/53049559

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    • America Votes: NYU Reports - 2012

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      The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute's coverage of the 2012 presidential election. Originally broadcast November 6, 2012 EDITORIAL STAFF Executive Producer - Mona El-Naggar Senior Producer - Dion Tan Program Consultants - Adrian Mihai, Joe Peyronnin Anchor - Lena Tillett Anchor - Eric Zerkel Social Media Correspondent - Nieves Zuberbuhler Guest Coordinator - Emma Bryce

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      • "The U.S. Role in the World" ft. Robert Kagan

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        The American Enterprise Institute, the Center for a New American Security and the New America Foundation are pleased to introduce Election 2012: Informing the National Security Agenda to this presidential campaign season. On March 15, the three organizations launched a series of four campaign-season events aimed at illuminating the critical U.S. foreign and defense policy issues central to the 2012 presidential election. The first seminar on March 15 explored America's role in the world and what strategies this might suggest for the elected commander-in-chief.

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        • Chris Hayes and Ta-Nehisi Coates: "Election Year 2012 and the Twilight of the Elites"

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          In his new book, Twilight Of The Elites, journalist and MSNBC host Chris Hayes poses a challenge with special resonance for the MIT community: Are the institutions that foster America's leadership class working as intended? Hayes' book covers ground as diverse as education, the financial sector, our political system and the Catholic church in an attempt to understand whether the American elite truly upholds the values of competition and meritocracy it claims to espouse. His conclusions are troubling. Hayes joined Atlantic Senior Editor and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Visiting Scholar Ta-Nehisi Coates in conversation on Tuesday November 13 at MIT's Simmons Hall for an election-year discussion on the future of our country and an assessment of its institutions. Sponsors: Program in Writing and Humanistic Studies, The Knight Science Journalism Program, Residential Scholars @ Simmons Hall, The William R. (1956) and Betsy P. Leitch Endowment

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          • True the Vote Kickoff!

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            True the Vote kickoff meeting. Hear from TTV national leaders what is ahead for True the Vote and how you can get involved.

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            • Colin Bennett, Green Party 2nd District

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              Colin Bennett, Green Party 2nd District

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              • PBS Hawaii - INSIGHTS: Election 2012: US Representative District 2 Democratic Candidates

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                Dan Boylan moderates this Election 2012 forum with the Democratic candidates for Hawaii's District 2 US Representative. District 2 represents the neighbor islands and Central, Windward, Leeward and the North Shore of Oahu. Scheduled to appear are candidates: attorney Rafael Del Castillo; Honolulu City Councilwoman Tulsi Gabbard; former Honolulu Mayor Mufi Hannemann; former Office of Hawaiian Affairs chief advocate Esther Kia'āina; attorney Bob Marx and Vietnam War veteran Miles Shiratori. Original Air Date: July 26, 2012

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                • FULL Regina Lawrence presents research to 33 foreign journalists invited by the U.S. Foreign Press Center

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                  Regina Lawrence, faculty fellow at the Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Participation and School of Journalism professor at The University of Texas at Austin, presented her research and findings concerning the youth vote in election politics for 2012 to 33 foreign journalists invited by the U.S. Foreign Press Center. In this full version, Lawrence addresses research concerning the youth vote in the United States for the first several minutes of her presentation but spends the bulk of her time fielding questions from the foreign press corps. The U.S. Department of State’s Foreign Press Center (FPC) is part of the Bureau of Public Affairs and supports U.S. policies and priorities by helping resident and visiting foreign media cover the U.S. accurately and comprehensively. To fulfill this mandate, the FPCs organize reporting tours for overseas-based media and resident foreign correspondents to locations throughout the U.S. on a full range of newsworthy issues. From June 11-19, the Foreign Press Center will host a group of 33 prominent foreign correspondents on an election-focused reporting tour. The reporters will explore the role of the youth vote in the 2012 election and take journalists to Washington, D.C. for two days of appointments, and then to Texas (Austin-June 13-17, and Houston-June 17-20). The goal is for participants to gain the context they need to report on the U.S. electoral process, while additionally introducing them to the role that young people play in politics, from volunteering to staffing campaigns and even running for office themselves.

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                  • The Most Important Election in 223 Years

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                    October 7, 2012

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