A roundup of NewsWorks’ ‘Leading Questions’ election special

 NewsWorks second 'Leading Questions' election special airs twice on Friday. (Kimberly Paynter/WHYY)

NewsWorks second 'Leading Questions' election special airs twice on Friday. (Kimberly Paynter/WHYY)

As you may have heard, NewsWorks’ second “Leading Questions” election special airs today (Friday) at 11 a.m. and again at 11 p.m. In it, we take a look at education, police-community relations, and the idea of making Philadelphia an energy hub.

 

 

Other features include:

— Getting the inside scoop on election day politics from veteran campaign consultant Howard Cain,

— Revisiting the changing Philadelphia neighborhood of Brewerytown,

— Checking in on one of the most hotly contested council races in the city

— Assessing the race from the perspective of Latino voters

— Examining the impact of outside money on the race,

— Sharing some interesting tales of Philadelphia mayors of the past, and

— Hearing from NinetyNine blogger Brian Hickey (aka me, who is not as unsmiling as that photo atop the post would lead you to believe).

If you couldn’t catch the special on 90.9FM, you can hear it all if you just click this here link.

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