Post-election coverage: New storm threatens N.J., campaign-weary candidates prepare for office

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    Though not all vote the have been tallied, Election 2012 is all but over. We’ve got a post-election roundup for you today, and a preview of the storm on the way.Holly Otterbein is looking to see what really went down yesterday in Philadelphia. Several reports detailed trouble voters encountered when they showed up to the polls only to learn they weren’t recognized as being registered. Was this an usually high number or just a case of over-reporting?

    Kevin McCorry is checking out voter turnout numbers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and how they compare to previous presidential election turnouts. Meanwhile, Taunya English will see what states have planned for their health insurance exchanges now that Obama has been re-elected and the Affordable Care Act remains in place.

    Maiken Scott will tell us about the psychological impact of running for office. Win or lose, campaigns can take a toll.

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    Tom MacDonald, Carolyn Beeler and Phil Gregory are on storm watch in New Jersey. They’re tracking the nor’easter that’s moving in and its potential impact on the Garden State.

    Ben Herold is going to tonight’s School Reform Commission meeting where the School District of Philadelphia’s budget woes will be addressed. And Peter Crimmins is talking about muggings — in the very literal sense.

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