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- September 18, 2020
8 pm Tysu – Counting Sheep
8 pm Kasper Lindmark – Happy
8 pm less.people – It Will Be Different, I Swear
8 pm Flitz&Suppe – Hidden Onsen
8 pm Chiccote’S Beats – Timeless
8 pm Chris Mazuera – Winter’s Kiss
8 pm Chris Mazuera – Stay Mindful
8 pm Aso – Espresso

Politics Podcast

- September 18, 2020

Weekly Roundup: September 18th

A steady presidential race remains steady: Joe Biden’s lead is in the high single-digits nationally. But Trump’s messaging tying Joe Biden to socialism is finding purchase with Latino voters in Florida, a state that is essential to the president’s re-election effort.

This episode: congressional correspondent Susan Davis, campaign reporter Juana Summers, White House reporter Franco Ordoñez, and senior political editor and correspondent Domenico Montanaro.

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12 pm No Spirit – Trees In The Wind
12 pm allem iversom – Habits
12 pm Amies – Isolated
12 pm Tabal – No Return
12 am Laffey – Umbrella
12 am Chiccote’S Beats – Before
12 am Mila Coolness – Heron
12 am Ambulo – Night Bus
12 am Tysu – Dawn
12 am eugenio izzi – Climb The Roof To Breathe Better
12 am Tabal – Weightless
12 am Xander. – Love Cabin
12 am Purrple Cat – Midnight Snack
12 am mell-ø – Solace
12 am Laffey – Campfire
12 am Flitz&Suppe – Sea of Trees
12 am No Spirit – Waking up Slowly
12 am PandRezz – Cuddlin
12 am Tysu – Midnight
12 am Lilac – Orchid
12 am H.1 – Timeless
12 am STEEZY PRIME – Compassion
12 am Imagiro – Wool Gloves
12 am Yasumu – Questions
12 am PandRezz – Crystal Lake
12 am Sebastian Kamae – Lucid
12 am DLJ – Explorers
12 am goosetaf – Looking Back
12 am Blumen – On My Way

Politics Podcast

- September 17, 2020

Bad News/Good News: Vaccine Access Months Away, But Masks Really Help

The head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told Congress that a widely-available vaccine probably won’t be available until well into 2021. But he did say that masks are perhaps even more useful in preventing the spread. That will prove especially true if people are reluctant to take the vaccine.

This episode: White House reporter Ayesha Rascoe, congressional reporter Claudia Grisales, and science correspondent Joe Palca.

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Politics Podcast

- September 16, 2020

Analysis: Biden Leads, But He’s Still Short Of 270 Electoral Votes

Joe Biden maintains a lead in key states Trump won in 2016, but the race remains tight in Florida. Arizona and Georgia are toss-ups, and Texas is pink. And, the race is remarkably stable. Our reporting from across the country finds that a vanishingly small share of voters are persuadable. That makes the election primarily a turnout contest.

This episode: campaign correspondent Asma Khalid, congressional editor Deirdre Walsh, and senior political editor and correspondent Domenico Montanaro.

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Politics Podcast

- September 15, 2020

They Voted For Obama, Then Trump—Now What?

Understanding the motivation of voters in Michigan and Pennsylvania is key to understand the 2016 coalition that allowed President Trump to notch a decisive electoral college victory. Is Joe Biden doing enough to draw that support back to the Democratic column?

This episode: political reporter Danielle Kurtzleben, national political correspondent Don Gonyea, national political correspondent Mara Liasson, and political reporter Abigail Censkey of WKAR in Michigan.

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Politics Podcast

- September 14, 2020

Trump’s Nevada Rally Violated State Covid Rules. He Held It Anyway.

After the weekend’s rally, aimed at building support among Hispanic voters, President Trump spent Monday in California hearing about disaster response there. Kamala Harris is set to visit her home state tomorrow.

And Democrats have made the decision to abandon door-knocking to engage with voters. The Trump campaign alleges it’s knocking on a million doors a week. So who has the best strategy?

This episode: congressional correspondent Susan Davis, White House correspondent Tamara Keith, and campaign correspondent Asma Khalid.

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- September 12, 2020
7 pm Better Oblivion Community Center – Dominos