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8:55 AM EST on November 5, 2014

    • In GOP Senate, South Dakota's John Thune Poised to Be Critical for Transportation (Roll Call)
    • Maryland Upset Sees Anti-Rail Hogan Take Governor's Seat (WaPo)
    • Atlanta Transit Expansion Sees Wide Support at the Polls (AJC)
    • Pinellas County, FL, Chooses Status Quo, Not Light Rail (Tampa Bay Times)
    • Austin Shoots Down $1B Bond for Rail (Community Impact)
    • Many Cities Usher in New Mayors, Liberal Policies (Governing)
    • Top Dem in T&I Committee Loses Longtime Seat (The Hill)
    • Bay Area Voters Embrace Tax Measures to Raise Billions for Transpo (SF Gate)
    • Maryland, Wisconsin Put Transpo Funds on Lockdown (WMDT, Republican Eagle)
    • Democratic Victories in Oregon Senate Could Reshape Transpo Policy (Bike Portland)
    • Seattle Votes for Bus Service Boosts (Seattle Times)

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