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Post-Election Analysis

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The Bike Show
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Tue, 11/04/2008

Post election woes and victories. Guest Karl Rohde from the BTA discusses current pro-bicycle legislation, what passed, what didn't pass and what's coming down the bike lane.

55:35 minutes (19.17 MB)

Returns, reactions, relief: Coast to coast coverage...

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Air Cascadia
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Tue, 11/04/2008
18:06 minutes (16.57 MB)

Street Sounds from Obama's Victory

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Evening News
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Tue, 11/04/2008

Last evening, Portland's jubilant Obama supporters celebrated their win with dancing in the streets. 

Here's how it sounded

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Post-election Roundtable Discussion

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Tue, 11/04/2008

Host Dave Mazza moderated a panel discussion with KBOO's Teresa Mitchell and Per Fagereng and guests Andrea Durbin, Executive Director of the Oregon Environmental Council, Maya Rockeymoore, and Loren Hollingwood, University of Washington polling expert.

98:37 minutes (45.14 MB)

Weasel News

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Tue, 11/04/2008

Election Night Radio Theater: Cable news talking heads make sure they don't miss a single weasel word during coverage of Barack Obama's election.
Pundit: Randall Howington
Reporter: Kathy Fors
Written by S.W. Conser with Randall Howington

2:39 minutes (1.07 MB)

My Dead Body

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Bread and Roses
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Tue, 11/04/2008

On October 31, it was a  Bread & Roses full of scary stories, disguises, and tributes to the dead.   Thanks to all the listeners who called in to share.

In this audio, listen to Brooke Kavanagh's story about something she finds a little scary:  her dead body.

 

 

 

10:00 minutes (9.16 MB)

Questions Surround Ballot Counting

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Presswatch
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Tue, 11/04/2008

Ballot Counting at the Elections OfficeI noticed earlier today that Oregon is one of the few States that has yet to report more than 90% of its precincts. It would appear that 150,000 ballots, which would easily decide the Smith/Merkly Senate race in favor of (D) Merkly, have yet to be counted at the crucial Multnomah (liberal Portland) County elections division.

I called Multnomah County Elections at 2:05 PM to ask what had caused the delay in counting approximately 150,000 ballots. I first talked to someone named Kathy, who could not give me her last name. When I asked more specifically what was delaying the counting of the ballots, she said "we're counting them."

"Counting them by hand?" I asked

6:16 minutes (5.74 MB)

Sex Workers, Risk Reduction, and 82nd Avenue

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Tue, 11/04/2008

Prostitution-free zones designated by the City Council under Chapter 14B.30. The zones were areas in  which police had probable cause to believe a person committed prostitution  as defined in Section 14B.30.030 of city code. Offenders could be banned from the zone for a  twelve to 18 month period.

In 2007, Mayor Tom Potter allowed Portland's Prostitution Free Zone ordinances to sunset after determining that the law was ineffective.

In recent months, neighbors of the Montavilla neighborhood have begun organizing to mark the one year anniversary since the city dropped the Prostitution Free Zone.  The groups claim that crime has risen since the zone was dropped, and are attempting to push for its reinstatement.

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