What we are working on: Nov. 6

Take a look at our election-coverage plans for today’s website and tomorrow’s York Daily Record.

TUESDAY
FRONT PAGE

MAIN ART : UNSLUGGED — Who’s our new president going to be? (WIRE)
Art: New (wire/local)
Breakouts: how many
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video, link to blogs, links to previous stories, post to cluster papers, Storify, Cover it Live, live tweet/blog, share with JRC, email alert

LOW: alt form on who’s now representing York County’s house and senate
w/refers to all inside and online coverage

INSIDE A:
Maryland Gay marriage initiative
U.S. Senate race
U.S. House race
Initiatives across the county.

13SEN1107 — 6.5 — 13th senate results w/mug, map (Mason)
15SEN1107 — 6.5 — 15th senate results w/ mug, map (LeFever)
47HOU1107 — 6.5 — 47th House results w/mug, map (LeFever)
92HOU1107 — 6.5 — 92nd House results w/mug, map (Mason)
93HOU1107 — 6.5– 93rd House results w/mug, map (Lee)
95HOU1107 — 6.5 — 95th House results w/mug, map (Stonesifer)
193HOU1107 — 6.5 — 193rd House results w/mug, map (Lee)

CONG1107 — 23 — who’s our new congressman (Mahon) w/2 pieces of art, numbers
AUD1107 — 14 — Auditor general race (Stonesifer if he wins, wire with DePasquale comment if loses)
SEN1107 — 15 — Did Bob Casey keep his seat? (wire)

COLOR1107 — 20 – Color story from the polls focusing on presidential race (Argento) w/1 piece of art
ANEC1107 — 30 — Anecdotes from the polls (staff) w/2 pieces of art
UNCON1107 — 9 — 2 Uncontested races (Boeckel)

VOTEID1107 — 15 — Voters confused, angry at being asked to show their ID today. No reports of folks being turned away (Boyer) EDITED
w/FLIER1107 — 7 — flier from Corbett telling people they must show ID (Reighart) EDITED

Governor story or Initiatives

STATE1107 — other state races: treasurer, attorney general (wire)
State agate

PROB1107 — 30 — problems at the polls: Dover card reader; fliers about voting at YMCA poll; ckg on issues of electronic problem at Aldersgate (Boyer) EDITED

LOCAL
SLUG: HOMI1107 — 14 — man killed in York. (czech)
Art: one submitted
Breakouts: one
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video, link to blogs, links to previous stories, post to cluster papers, Storify, Cover it Live, live tweet/blog, share with JRC, email alert

MAIN ART: SIDS1104 — local doctor had a key role in national SIDS conference recently. (mcminn) FILED
Art: New
Breakouts: long one on SIDS facts, tips to reduce chances of it, etc.
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video, link to blogs, links to previous

SLUG: SPCA1107 — 12 — The new spay-and-neuter clinic in Manchester Township is one step closer to being a reality. Construction is expected to begin in March with the new business being open by July. FILED
Breakout: One

SLUG: KNIFE1107 — 9 — A husband-and-wife argument escalated at a Spring Garden Township convenience store Friday morning, ending when the woman pulled out a knife and cut her husband on his left hand, according to police. (czech) EDITED
Art: Mug
Online pieces: Posted, Twitter, Facebook

SLUG: ROB1107 — 10 — Two males – one of them a juvenile charged as an adult – face charges in connection with an attempted armed robbery in Dover Township on Sunday night, according to Northern York County Regional Police. (czech) EDITED
Art: Two mugs
Online pieces: Posted, Twitter, Facebook

SLUG: SHOOT1107 — 7 — update on the city shooting. (czech) EDITED
Breakout: one
Online pieces: Posted already

MONEY & MORE
SLUG: SIGNS1107 — 9– The election is over. What do you do with the election signs? Recycling is one answer. (Reighart) EDITED
Breakouts: One
Graphics: Map, timeline, flowchart
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video, link to blogs, links to previous stories, post to cluster papers, Storify, Cover it Live, live tweet/blog, share with JRC, email alert

SLUG: PAY1107 — 17–Faced with tight corporate budgets and an uncertain economic climate, employers are increasingly turning to bonuses and performance-based pay as a strategy for retaining top-performing workers. (WIRE)

MAIN ART: SLUG: HIRE1107 — 19– Job openings dropped to a five-month low in September, signaling uneven progress in the labor market. (WIRE)
Art: New, file, mug, submitted
Breakouts: how many
Graphics: Map, timeline, flowchart
Online pieces: Posted at X:XX a.m., Twitter, Facebook, video, link to blogs, links to previous stories, post to cluster papers, Storify, Cover it Live, live tweet/blog, share with JRC, email alert

SPORTS

— UNSLUGGED: Roundup of our two PIAA soccer games: Biglerville boys play at 7 p.m. York Catholic girls play at 6 p.m. (Staff)

—- UNSLUGGED: Bill O’Brien’s news conference, leading into Saturday’s game at Nebraska. (Frank Bodani) w/game-day box

—- UNSLUGGED: College spotlight column. Should be able to run it all. (Bill Arsenault) w/file art

—- Folo on the disaster that is the Philadelphia Eagles. (Wire)

LIVING
SLUG: POPTARTS1107 — Make your own pop tarts (MCT)

SLUG: HEALTHY1107 — Healthy Helpings

INSIDE:
VEGGIES1107 — Local cooks win cook-off (staff)

Neighbors

About Scott Blanchard

Sunday editor at the York (Pa.) Daily Record/Sunday News. Follow me on Twitter and Google+.
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