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We'll be posting live updates on the 48 Hills site and social media during and after the elections.


We’ll have dozens of reporters following local, state, and national races on Tuesday night, so pour yourself a good drink, steady your resolve, and follow us for the latest!

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Featured image: Barbara Jones-Hogu, “Unite,” 1971. From the ‘Soul of a Nation’ show earlier this year at the De Young

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