Election Ride Home

The 2020 U.S. election news podcast, every day at 5pm ET for your evening commute. Who's up? Who's down? What issues are getting traction? 15 minutes and you're up to date.

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Mon. 07/15 – BidenCare


Biden releases his healthcare policy, Delaney goes on Firing Line, the current state of the July debates, and Gabbard takes the weekend off—for a very good reason.


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Fri. 07/12 – White Privilege and Black Coffee


Yang releases his Q2 numbers (and I’ll actually tell you about them this time), Gillibrand explains white privilege in her own words, Sanders visits BET’s Black Coffee, Gravel launches a live donor-count website, and some exciting podcast news you’ll want to stick around for.


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Thu. 07/11 – The Buttigieg Plans


More about Biden’s taxes, Buttigieg’s national service plan, Buttigieg’s Douglass plan, and Yang releases his Q2 numbers.


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Wed. 07/10 – Houston, We Have a Debate


A few more details emerge about the September debates, rumors abound that Amash may enter the race as a third-party challenger, a look at Biden’s new campaign strategy, Yang’s plan to revitalize American malls, Biden releases yet more tax returns, and McGrath rakes in record money in her Kentucky Senate race.


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Tue. 07/09 – Steyer is Running


Steyer is running, Swalwell drops out, Warren releases her Q2 numbers, an update on Gravel’s fundraising, and the LGBTQ Victory Fund endorses Buttigieg.


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Mon. 07/08 – We Can All Agree on Soccer


Harris releases her Q2 numbers, Bullock releases his Q2 numbers, Williamson encourages her donors to help out Gravel, CNN will televise the lineup draw for the July debates, Biden apologizes for his remarks about segregationists, the candidates shout out the big USWNT win—and call for equal pay, Eric Swalwell makes a big announcement, Julián Castro makes a big announcement, and we have rumors of yet another Democratic primary candidate.


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Thu. 07/04 – Primary Websites Don't Work for People with Disabilities


Many campaign websites are not accessible to people with disabilities, an update on Biden's Q2 fundraising, and which candidates have already qualified for the September debates.


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Wed. 07/03 – Biden, By the Numbers


New post-debate polling shows mixed results, Biden releases his Q2 numbers, Hickenlooper’s campaign loses key staffers, and Bennet releases his Q2 numbers.


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Tue. 07/02 – Sanders, Gabbard, and Warren


Sanders releases his Q2 fundraising numbers, highlights from Gabbard’s appearance on Real Time with Bill Maher, and Warren’s plan to secure federal elections.


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Mon. 07/01 – Show Me the Money


Harris faces false “birther” style attacks, an update on the viewer numbers for last week’s debates, thoughts on when candidates will begin dropping out, and Buttigieg raises a boatload of money in Q2.


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