Front Pages Flooded By "Frankenstorm"

Your News Companion by Ben Mathis-Lilley
Oct. 29 2012 8:51 AM

The Frankenstorm Floods This Morning's Front Pages

Hurricane Sandy, the soon-to-be superstorm churning toward New York City as we speak, is expected to wreak havoc on much of the Eastern Seaboard Monday and Tuesday, from the Carolinas all the way to New England. In the process, it's managed to push this year's perpetual story-of-the-day—the presidential election—largely off today's front pages.

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Josh Voorhees is a Slate senior writer. He lives in Iowa City. 

Here's a small sampling from those states in Sandy's path (screenshots via the Newseum, which has plenty more for you to look at here):

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The Raleigh (N.C.) News & Observer:

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The Richmond (Va.) Times Dispatch:

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The Washington Post:

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The Newark (N.J.) Star Ledger:

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The New York Post:

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The New Haven (Conn.) Register:

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The Boston Globe:

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