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Morning Brief: November 6

by Connor Ryan
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New York City.

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Democrat elected to New York' City Hall. Republican stays at the helm of New Jersey -- beyond?

Bill de Blasio and Chris Christie won yesterday. See who else did. And take a look at how your neighborhood voted... [More information]

WEATHER
Partly sunny today, with a high of 62. Chance of showers tonight. [Full forecast]

NEED TO KNOW
Bill de Blasio will become New York City's next mayor. He defeated GOP candidate Joe Lhota in a landslide. [New York Times] The rise of de Blasio. [Capital New York]

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is easily re-elected; he is poised to run for president in 2016. [WFUV News]

Expansion of gambling in New York is approved. [New York Times]

SPORTS
Pittsburgh Penguins at New York Rangers; 7:30 

ON STAGE TONIGHT
James Blake, Nosaj Thing; 7 p.m. at Terminal 5 [More information]

TODAY'S HISTORY
1947: Meet the Press is broadcasted for the first time.

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