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LISTEN: NHPR's Morning Edition Live in Manchester On Election Day

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Voters in cities across New Hampshire will head to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 7 for local elections.

In Manchester, incumbent Mayor Ted Gatsas and former Alderman Joyce Craig will face off in the city’s general election. It’s a rematch of 2015, when Gatsas defeated Craig by just 64 votes.

NHPR’s Morning Edition held a special broadcast live in Manchester Election Day morning. Host Rick Ganley was at the The Bridge Café on Elm Street to speak with political analysts and newsmakers to hear their perspectives.

You can find the interviews below:

Carol Robidoux, Editor and Publisher of Manchester Ink Link, and Dan Tuohy, New Hampshire Public Radio, talk about Tuesday's election in Manchester and statewide.

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Chris Hickey, Manchester EMT and the founder of “Safe Station”

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Kathy Sullivan, former chair of the New Hampshire Democratic Party, and David Boutin, former Republican State Senator, talk about the Manchester mayoral race.

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Alex Horton, owner of Café la Reine & Immediate Past Chair of the Manchester Young Professionals Network

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Trent Spiner, Executive Editor of the New Hampshire Union Leader, and Paige Sutherland, New Hampshire Public Radio talk about elections in Manchester, and the issue of Keno on the ballot.

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John Clayton speaking to NHPR's Morning Edition

John Clayton, executive director of the Manchester Historic Assocation, and a member of Manchester Connects.

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