Tonight! Liveblogging Election Coverage at Erie Reader

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Tuesday, November 8th, 2011 at 3:23 PM
Tonight! Liveblogging Election Coverage at Erie Reader by Ben Speggen
Alan Cleaver

Attention Reader readers! Erie Reader will be liveblogging starting at 7:30 p.m. to bring you coverage of today’s election and statements from the candidates. They’ll also analyze the results as they roll in and recap the winners and losers at the end of the night.

Click the link below to join in on the conversation as both Street Corner Soapbox’s Jay Stevens and Upfront’s Cory Vaillancourt will be weighing in and posting throughout the evening, so check out their coverage and add some commentary of your own.

Check out the liveblog here!

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