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The United States of America is now gearing up for the 2020 presidential election. Presidential candidates have been named, and debates as well as election polls have started rolling. Will Donald Trump remain as POTUS for a second term? Or will we see a new US president? Will he/she be a Democrat or Republican? These and more you'll find out by tuning in to podcasts. Podcasts are a very accessible form of media. Just by using your phone or PC, you can stream podcasts right away when you're online. What's great about podcasts is that they're handy too. Just download them in advance, and you can take them anywhere with you for offline listening. You'd be glad to know there are a bunch of podcasts about the 2020 US presidential election. Featuring news, interviews and analyses, these podcasts will keep you updated, starting from the polls and debates, to the primaries and caucuses, up to the national conventions, and finally the main event – the Election Day on November 3rd. Apart from that, you can get to know more about the presidential candidates and their platforms, as well as hear post-election updates from these podcasts. We've gathered the top election 2020 podcasts here so you can start following them. Enjoy and witness as the United States chooses its new commander-in-chief and decides for its future!
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Here's a quick guide to your Bay Area ballot, covering all statewide propositions and county measures in digestible 2-minute summaries.This election season, we're focusing on areas with historically low-voter turnout. Residents of these neighborhoods — East Palo Alto, Fairfield, Richmond, West Oakland, and San Francisco's Bayview-Hunter’s Point — can find every measure on your ballot by clicking on your city below:East Palo Alto | Fairfield | Oakland | Richmond | San FranciscoYou can also se ...
 
In the fastest growing 2020 candidate podcast in the world, Paul Duddridge interviews as many of the candidates seeking office as possible. Senate, Congress and of course Presidential. As a foreign-born US citizen, he is not eligible to run for the Presidency, but he can talk to everyone who has exercised their right to run for the highest offices in the land.
 
Join Kathleen Hicks, senior vice president, Henry A. Kissinger Chair, and director of the International Security Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, as she speaks with experts on the most important defense debates in the 2020 U.S. election cycle.
 
What the hell is Super Tuesday and where does it come from? Why does Iowa vote first? What’s a caucus? Who gets to be a delegate? How to Vote in America is a weekly micro podcast that tries to make sense of our crazy democracy and what seems like a never-ending 2020 election process. In this podcast, we take small bites at big issues to help you understand something most people should, but probably don’t: voting. Hosted by The Takeaway’s Politics Host Amy Walter. WNYC Studios is a listener-s ...
 
“Voices from my Bunker 2020” is a series of interviews with all ages of people of what 2020 has been like for them. This is a rebranded podcast that used to be named, "PODSNACKS/Art of the Diet" but the first six months of 2020 has shifted my preoccupations from five years of weight maintenance to minute by minute sanity maintenance. Attention must be paid to the issues before me. I'm 75, live in Massachusetts, and my doorbell hasn't rung in 3 months and probably won't until there's a vaccin ...
 
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As one of a handful of people to oversee religious outreach for a winning presidential campaign, Michael Wear guides you through the tumultuous waters of faith and politics this campaign season. Twice a month, Faith 2020 will host leading journalists, politicos, and religious leaders for in depth interviews that will help us to understand the ways faith is influencing this election. Along with Michael’s expert analysis, we'll make sense of how campaigns are engaging faith on the trail and ho ...
 
Court Wakefield and Sarah Hodge are two friends who are passionate about how open and honest conversations can cultivate inclusive communities. Each episode, we'll break down a topic through the lens of diversity and inclusion, so you can navigate the professional, personal, and spiritual scenarios that call us all to be better advocates.
 
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In this special bonus episode, 2 very exciting things happen! 1) Karin announces her new podcast, What Can You Do? This commute length podcast brings on experts in some of the biggest issues facing the world today - polarisation, the housing crisis, inequality, climate change - to get a quick briefing on the issue and point you to some practical th…
 
In this final episode of Democratically: 2020, Karin explains the medical dramas that kept her away from podcasting for the first couple months of the Biden era, and talks to Political Director of Data for Progress Marcella Mulholland and former Republican strategist Marshall Manson about the American Rescue Act, the prospects for improving our pol…
 
Karin speaks again to Matthew McGregor of Hope Not Hate to follow up their earlier conversation about the rise of the far right and discuss the President's complicity in directly inciting the mob that broke into the Capitol building. We discuss the second impeachment of Trump and how we are all living as victims of domestic terrorism. They also loo…
 
This week, Karin speaks to Julie Norman, a Lecturer in US Politics at University College London about the insurrection that led to Trump supporters taking over the Capitol Building on Wednesday night, and also about the Democrats winning two Senate seats in Georgia following Tuesday's election. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/democra…
 
This week, Karin welcomes in the new year with a quick recap of the rollercoaster of horrors that was 2020, and also gives you a rundown of what you can expect in Tuesday's 2 Georgia Senate runoff races. Happy New Year to you and yours! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/democratically/message…
 
In a special Christmas themed episode of the podcast, Karin talks to Friend of the Pod Emma Burnell about what politically themed Christmas gifts they would both wish to give to the current President, the President-Elect, and the major players in the Democratic Primary. Happy holidays to you and yours! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm…
 
Karin speaks to Friend of the Pod Khary Penebaker, who was one of the 306 Electoral College members who cast their ballots for Joe Biden this week. He tells us about what the vibe was like in the room, how he drew a little heart over Kamala Harris' name, how he has dealt with death threats and "twisted logic" from Trump supporters, and much more. -…
 
Guest host Beverly Kirk hosts a discussion on recent developments in the Department of Defense and early national security challenges the Biden administration will face after taking office. She is joined by Seth Jones, director of the Transnational Threats Project and Harold Brown Chair at CSIS; Todd Harrison, director of Defense Budget Analysis an…
 
Karin catches up with writer and Friend of the Pod Skylar Baker Jordan to talk about Biden's cabinet nominees, including: * the controversial appointment of recently retired 4-star General Lloyd Austin as Defence Secretary, and why this presents a threat to the principle of a civilian-led military* Skylar's enthusiasm for Secretary of State nominee…
 
With Biden’s Cabinet now almost complete – save for his picks for attorney general, Education secretary and Transportation secretary – we can now make some broader points about it.โดย NBC News
 
Karin speaks to comedian and American Exchange podcast host Erich McElroy about the very different goings on in Trump's universe and Biden's universe. In Trump's world, long-shot hearings continue in a certainly futile attempt to overturn the results of the election, while general pardons are being considered for Trumps kids (and possibly Trump him…
 
On "Can He Do That?" The president is reportedly considering pardoning himself and his family for potential future Justice Department charges. And where does recent news of a “bribery-for-pardon” scheme fit into a president's limitations on pardon power?โดย The Washington Post
 
How President Trump might use the $170 million he’s raised to challenge election results. Infighting muddies the future of the Democratic Party. And, how the pandemic has complicated shared custody agreements.โดย The Washington Post
 
This recording captures the live online event that took place on Saturday, November 28th and features:* Stand up (or rather, sit-down) comedy from Erich McElroy* A presentation by Karin digging into the turnout and persuasion performance of Democrats in Georgia this year* A conversation between Emma and Karin about the major themes of (and future f…
 
From "The Daily 202" podcast, The recount of presidential ballots in Wisconsin’s two largest counties reconfirmed Sunday that Biden beat President Trump in the key swing state by more than 20,000 votes.โดย The Washington Post
 
Join us for a special, free live online event featuring many of your favourite Friends of the Pod, including:Emma Burnell, Political JournalistMarcela Mulholland, Deputy Director for Climate for Data for ProgressJonathan Kopp, Co-Host of the Mind of State PodcastErich McElroy, stand up comic and host of the American Exchange PodcastThe session will…
 
On "The Daily 202" podcast, President Trump effectively surrendered his three-week protest of the election results on Monday night by giving the green light for the government's official transition process to begin.โดย The Washington Post
 
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