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Stateside for Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Nov 4, 2014

Today on Stateside:

  • Election Day coverage!

  • New mailers have added an element of peer pressure by telling you whether or not your neighbors voted, but can this tactic actually increase voter turnout?

  • When you cast your vote today, you're not only doing something good for our democracy, you're doing something good for your health. That's not just opinion: it's backed up by science. We find out what's going on here.

  • Confronting the question: are poor black Detroiters being left behind in the city's re-invention and recovery?

  • We look at the role social media plays on Election Day.

  • ArtPrize artworks find a home at Ripley's Believe It or Not!

  • November is National Adoption Month. A conversation with filmmaker Zeke Anders. He's an adoptee who grew up in Dearborn. Zeke has shared his adoption journey through a video blog called American Seoul.

*Listen to the full show above