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SECAUCUS, NJ - MSNBC kicks off coverage of “Decision 2004,” anchored by Chris Matthews, with live coverage beginning from “Democracy Plaza,”—an interactive exhibition at Rockefeller Plaza on the history of democracy and citizenship in the United States—Sunday, Oct. 1 and through the night Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 31, with live coverage all day and a full night of political debate and analysis live from “Democracy Plaza,” starting with a special edition of “Scarborough Country,” 6-7 p.m. live at “Democracy Plaza.” MSNBC continues live coverage throughout the day on Monday, and concludes its primetime lineup with a special two-hour “After Hours,” 11 p.m.-1 a.m., hosted by MSNBC host Joe Scarborough and MSNBC political analyst Ron Reagan. 2, MSNBC’s Election Night coverage begins at 6 p.m.
2, with comprehensive coverage of election results and analysis on Wednesday, Nov. ET, followed by “Hardball with Chris Matthews,” 7-8 p.m., “Countdown with Keith Olbermann,” 8-9 p.m., and a special two hour edition of “Hardball” 9-11 p.m. ET, with MSNBC Election Anchor Chris Matthews leading a panel of political experts and analysts, including NBC News Correspondent Andrea Mitchell, ’s Jon Meacham, Scarborough and Reagan.
She then moved to Knoxville, Tennessee, working at WBIR-TV.
Today Show meteorologist Al Roker, who also co-hosts the NBC morning show’s third hour, is married to Deborah Roberts.
In January 2016, the couple published Been There, Done That: Family wisdom From Modern Times, written with Laura Morton.
The idea behind the book was Roberts’, since Roker wasn’t too keen on letting the world know about their marriage.
The Citizen Journalists will be viewers and netizens helping us document this historical day through their own personal blogging.
The Citizen Journalists will report from their areas on what they personally see happening at the polls and on the streets on Election Day.9 a.m.-4 p.m.
NBC News Correspondent Chip Reid will anchor the “Making Your Vote Count” desk at “Democracy Plaza,” reporting on voting issues and any possible problems around the country, while MSNBC anchor Natalie Morales reports from the “Making Your Vote Count” center in Philadelphia, Pa.