Charlie and Debbie with yesterday’s election results.
They talk with:

Pam Coulter, CBS Correspondent, who was covering the Obama campaign.

Jeff Rainford, STL Mayor Francis Slay’s Chief of Staff, on the passage of Proposition A, which allows local control of the STL Police Department.

Dr. Ken Warren, Prof. of Political Science, St. Louis University, who addresses the question, “How ‘red’ is Missouri, with all the Democratic wins?”

Former Diplomat Ann Wager wins Todd Akin’s 2nd Congressional District seat in Missouri.

Jim Krasula, CBS Correspondent in Boston, who was covering the Romney campaign.

Mo.State Sen. Jim Lembke discusses his loss and his newly-designed district. Charlie talks about Lembke’s successful efforts to stop the blind of Missouri from getting benefit cuts.

In the 10AM hour, Charlie continues the discussion on election results with:

Ron Leone, Exec. Dir., of the Mo. Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association, talks about the Prop. B defeat in Missouri, which would
have raised the cigarette tax which is currently the lowest in the country.

Eleanor Clift, editor at, McLaughlin Group panelist, and author of Selecting a President, gives us her take on yesterday’s election results.

Charlie talks with Buckingham Asset Management Principal and Director of Research Larry Swedroe about how the election outcome affects the stock market.


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