Election Ride Home

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

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Mon. 02/03 – Everyone’s a Winner


The Iowa caucuses take place this evening and candidates have made their final appeals, fourth-quarter fundraising and spending figures released, a couple of sour notes in Iowa, the qualifying thresholds for the 9th democratic debate on Feb. 19, and the very brief impeachment update.


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Fri. 01/31 – The Gloves Come Off


The gloves are off in Iowa as leading candidates bash each other, lower-polling candidates are going to be pressed in that state for their supporters to shift allegiance, an exit from the race, Super PACs go to war, mostly against Sanders, and the impeachment trial may end today — or Saturday — or maybe Wednesday.


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Thu. 01/30 – Election Junction, What’s Your Function?


Everyone could be a winner in Iowa, let’s talk electability and Sanders, Bloomberg spends big on a gun-control ad, the impeachment trial could end tomorrow, and a stamp now is a stamp forever.


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Wed. 01/29 – Funny, You Don’t Look Hotdish


In Iowa, Biden floats a deal to Klobuchar, a Pro-Israel Democratic Super PAC airs anti-Sanders ads in that state, Bloomberg spends tens of millions of dollars on healthcare-related advertising, Buttigieg’s campaign has trouble listening to staff people of color, and the Senate impeachment trial heads towards a conclusion? Or weeks more?


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Tues. 01/28 – I Owe Ya a Visit, Iowa


The last dash for relevance in Iowa, while three of the top five candidates are stuck in the Senate impeachment trial in D.C., a Republican senator tries to throw shade on Biden and he revels in it, the latest poll, jockeying for senate seats this fall, and the latest impeachment updates.


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Mon. 01/27 – Biden and Sanders Vie for the Top


An update on the Democratic candidate campaign narrative, piles of new polls from Iowa, New Hampshire, other states, and nationally, Yang qualifies for the next DNC debate, Bloomberg speaks out against anti-Semitism, people with disabilities still face significant bars against participating in Iowa’s caucuses, and John Bolton says he was in the room where it happened, room where it happened.


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Thu. 01/23 – You’re Entitled To Your Own Opinion


Three of the top five Democratic candidates are stuck in D.C. while the other two campaign in Iowa, a fresh New Hampshire poll puts Bernie Sanders well ahead of the pack, Hillary Clinton clarifies she’ll support any nominee, Social Security and Medicare come under attack and Sanders and Biden defend their records on these programs, Elizabeth Warren calls on Mike Bloomberg to divest himself of his namesake news organization, an update on the impeachment, and a couple of corrections.


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Wed. 01/22 – No Surprises, Yet


Two new national polls show the race remaining about the same, Buttigieg takes advantage of absent senators in campaigning in Iowa, reviewing the rules for the next Democratic candidate debate, the latest impeachment update as the Senate trial commences, and Tulsi Gabbard sues Hillary Clinton over podcast comments.


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Tues. 1/21 – Can the Dems Sing Kumbaya?


Democrats link arms at a MLK, Jr., march, Sanders apologizes to Biden over corruption accusation by a surrogate, how the first four primary states cast ballots, Hillary Clinton disses Sanders in an upcoming documentary series, the New York Times splits the endorsement baby, and your impeachment update with a side serving of milk.


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Fri. 01/17 – Legislative Flips and Literal Push-ups


Democrats plan to flip state legislature before redistricting, the impeachment update, how senators plan to campaign during the impeachment trial, Tulsi Gabbard challenges a voter to a push-up contest—and you will not be surprised who won, a Republican House group says candidates need to raise more money on their own, while a Republican Senate group announces record-breaking fundraising.


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