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November 7th, 2012
03:16 AM ET

Early Start/Starting Point Election Day after live blog for Nov. 7th, 2012

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We've opened a live blog for the day after Election Day, with "Early Start" & "Starting Point" manning the coverage from 3a to 9a Eastern this morning. John Berman, Soledad O'Brien, Zoraida Sambolin, Christine Romans and our show producers will be moderating.

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  1. Cheryl Y

    Thank you, Rep. Latourette – and your wife! I had this same conversation just last evening with several Republican men at a business dinner. I consider myself an Independent as I have never registered for a party – although I more often vote Democrat. Like the Representative's wife, I was 'this close' to voting for Romney based on the fiscal issues, but then the statements made about pregnancy even from rape being a gift from God, tells me that the Republicans are allowing their fringe elements to carry their message. I could not, in good conscience, vote out of alignment with my value system. I'm an educated woman (attorney), and if the Republican party hopes to get my vote in the future, it has to start repudiating these crazies and give women a platform they can identify with (which, in my mind, means getting out of my private life).

    November 9, 2012 at 7:49 am | Report abuse | Reply
  2. Deb

    After this the GOP should look at their past vile statements made on CNN and others. The rage they displayed, like Rudy the ex mayor of NYC raged on Morgan's show and McCain is an ex-patriot and should be looked at seriously for treason. Used to respect this guy but he is a bitter old man. These people are never held accountable for their statements to the public. The GOP has too much age in their group of spinners and the youth of this country are not interested in a party that has old ideas and policies. Religion has no role in government and the personal issues of gay or straight are personal and our government should stay out of it. The GOP wants less government and yet they try to insert themselves in issues that are not their business. Soledad you are the best in the business no other network anchor asks the real questions. Keep up the good work.

    November 7, 2012 at 7:10 am | Report abuse | Reply

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