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The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays, for November 1, 2004 - 6:00pm

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The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays - November 1, 2004

President Bush and democratic challenger John Kerry spend a last, long day campaigning before the voters have their say in the hard fought presidential campaign...

Californians prepare to vote on whether employers must provide health coverage to their workers in the state's most expensive ballot initiative, pitting unions and consumer-groups against Macy's, Walmart and McDonalds...

California Democrats accuse Republicans of "trying to turn back the clock on race relations in California” by sending out late campaign mailers attacking the immigration policies of four Latino candidates in tight assembly races.

San Francisco inaugurates ranked choice voting in seven Supervisorial districts -- city officials say final decisions in some races won't be known on election night...

A 16 year old Palestinian blows himself up in an open-air market in Tel Aviv today, killing three Israelis and wounding nearly three dozen

Six more hostages seized in Baghdad -- including an American. ..while U.S. warplanes pound Fallujah...

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