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Thu October 11, 2012

Enter To Win A Free Tee: Test Your Knowledge Of NPR's Election 2012 Team

Originally published on Tue October 16, 2012 4:28 pm

For months, the NPR Election 2012 team has provided extensive reports and analyses of the 2012 race to the presidency. With hours to go before this evening's Vice Presidential debate, it's time to test your knowledge of the stellar journalists behind our election coverage and enter to win a FREE (and super cozy) NPR election tee.

Below, you will find a list of audio clips pulled from various NPR Election 2012 stories and reports. Match each audio clip, by number, to the name of the reporter heard in the clip, by letter. Then email your answers to ThisIsNPR@npr.org to be eligible to win a NPR 'Listen Vote" election tee. Five winners will be selected at random from all correct entries received by 11:59 p.m. ET tonight (Thursday, October 11).

Can you tell who is speaking? Match the 10 audio clips to the name of the NPR Election 2012 Team member heard in the clip.

NPR Election 2012 Team:

A: Debbie Elliott, National Desk Correspondent

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B: Pam Fessler, National Desk Correspondent

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C: Don Gonyea, National Political Correspondent

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D: Scott Horsley, White House Correspondent

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E: Mara Liasson, National Political Correspondent

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F: Brian Naylor, Washington Desk Correspondent

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G: Julie Rovner, Health Policy Correspondent

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H: Ken Rudin, NPR's Political Junkie

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I: Ari Shapiro, White House Correspondent

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J: David Welna, Congressional Correspondent

Think you got it all right? Match each audio clip, by number, to the name of the reporter heard in the clip, by letter (Example: #1: A; #2: B; #3: C). Email your answers to ThisIsNPR@npr.org.

Contest Rules: You must be 18 or older to enter. Responses correctly matching all ten audio clips to their corresponding journalists (matching the audio clip numbers to journalist letters) received in the ThisIsNPR@npr.org inbox will win. No purchase necessary. See complete list of contest rules.

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