NewsWorks Tonight November 2, 2016 – Full Show


    The Septa strike continues and we don’t have any good news, Bobby Allyn has an update. Hospitals are also having to deal with the Septa strike, Elana Gordon reports on how many are helping their staffs get around. Joe Hernandez visited Atlantic City to see how city officials are trying to avoid a state takeover. Donald Trump has been telling people who voted early to change their votes, Dave Davies explains how Pennsylvania residents can change absentee ballots. Laura Benshoff talks with host Dave Heller about the expensive Pennsylvania 8th Congressional District campaign. Finally, Katie Meyer reports on the candidates vying to replace former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane and what challenges the office faces.

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