Follow The Washington Post’s coverage of the 2020 election with this collection of episodes from across our audio programming, including "Post Reports," "Can He Do That?" and "The Daily 202's Big Idea."
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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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Brand new politics show with Dion Fanning, Ellen Coyne and Carl Kinsella building up to the 2020 general election in Ireland. Brought to you by JOE.
It's game time. The battle to restore American democracy is underway and Democrats have chosen former Vice President Joe Biden as their champion. In this weekly show, Democratic Party activist and expat voter Karin Robinson explores the politics, policies and personalities of the 2020 election.
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.
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.
Are you curious about the latest on this year's elections, but too busy to keep up? "2020Talks," a daily 3-minute podcast that will answer all your election questions. You'll hear from candidates up and down the ballot, political analysts, county clerks, voting rights experts, and more!
A podcast that makes the climate crisis the top issue of the 2020 presidential election. This podcast is hosted by Years Of Living Dangerously award-winning documentary producer David Gelber and ClimateNexus Founding Director Jeff Nesbit. Climate 2020 was co-created by The Planet Project, Inc., and BOOM, a division of John Marshall Media. It is produced in association with The Years Project, a 501(c)3 climate change communications nonprofit based in New York City.
Turn on, Tune In, Fight back. In a not-so-distant-and-very-dystopic future, a secret rebel radio show takes to the airwaves to tell the American people what's really going on. Debuting the first week of November (just one year prior to Election Day 2020 - and that's no accident), the Rebel Network Frequency asks "what could American life be like 8 years from now?" and "what are you going to do about it?"
Dave Cormack goes on an adventure, interviewing the three major candidates for Wellington Central in the 2020 NZ Election: Grant Robertson from Labour, Nicola Willis from National, and James Shaw from the Greens.
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 ...
“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 ...
Your weekly guide to being an outside dog.
Coming to you from Minnesota House and Senate Districts 24-28, check in with Eric Olson and Annie Krenik as they discuss the upcoming election with local candidates!
A father and son podcast where we talk about movies Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/a-podcast-named-tim/support
The Property Appraiser of Miami-Dade County position is up for election on August 18th. Who is elected for this position is vital to all of us. As a matter of fact, the revenues from Miami-Dade County's property taxes for 2020 accounts for 35% of the overall 8.9 billion dollar budget! Let's get informed of Marisol Zenteno's platform!
Change Politics for Good conference 2020 - Recordings from all the sessions exploring a variety of subjects from finance to democratic reform all in the interest of what next for Brexit Britain
How should Christians engage with the world? Can we reconcile differences of opinion? And how should we engage in an ever polarising society?Join Jeremy Kendall and various guests as they discuss all these questions and more. How we, as christian believers, are to live and work in this sinful world (Babylon). Listen as these questions are discussed through the lens of scripture. Welcome to Babylon.
We start our journey through the last century of film. We discuss The Phantom Carriage, The Big Sleep, and Red Sun. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/a-podcast-named-tim/support
Trump expected to issue around 100 pardons and commutations today. Biden and Harris celebrate MLK and prep for first days in office. Voting rights legislation introduced in Congress could expand access to voting and reduce partisan gerrymandering.
Quiet weekend; Kamala Harris set to resign from the Senate; Biden announces ambitious plans for his first 10 days; and Lindsey Graham has warnings for both the President and President-Elect.
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…
States shore up security ahead of Inauguration Day; Biden unveils an ambitious economic relief plan; and Human Rights Watch report chides Trump’s record.
Trump is now first American President to get impeached twice. Ten Republicans joined Democrats in supporting impeachment. A Senate trial probably won’t start till after Biden’s inauguration.
Pence declines House resolution to invoke the 25th amendment; impeachment vote today as anti-Trump sentiments increase. Joint Chiefs weigh in, as well as US Chamber of Commerce.
To officially kick off 2021 we review Soul, We Can Be Heroes, and Wonder Woman 1984 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/a-podcast-named-tim/support
Americans divided on House impeachment say polls; leaders, historians, lawyers and some businesses want accountability for future office holders. Security prep for inauguration and privacy concerns surface over surveillance technology.
Democrats set to push forward with Trump’s second impeachment, Senate leaders not in any hurry, and conservatives claim Big Tech is targeting them online.
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…
Calls to remove Trump from office; legal experts analyze the pros, cons and feasibility of the 25th amendment or impeachment. Justice Department weighs in, as well as former First Lady Michelle Obama, and a change of guard at Capital security
Pro-Trump supporters broke into Capitol, halting Congress electoral college vote count; Democrats win both Georgia Senate seats.
Nation watching Georgia Senate runoff results; threats of violence from pro-Trump supporters have D.C. law enforcement asking public to stay home while Congress attempts to formally count electoral college votes.
Today Georgia voters set the Senate’s course for at least the next two years and President Trump faces backlash for pressuring an election official. *January 6 episode will likely be posted late*
To cap off 2020 we discuss The Christmas Contract, Santa Jaws, and A Christmas Story --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/a-podcast-named-tim/support
Trump caught on tape asking a Georgia official to find votes; Peach State in focus ahead of Tuesday’s Senate election; and Nancy Pelosi gavels in her fourth term as House Speaker.
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…
A Senator pledges to challenge the electoral vote count - experts say it’s just political theater; Mitch McConnell won’t discuss $2,000 stimulus checks unless Democrats meet Trump’s demands and nation is watching Georgia.
Senator Mitch McConnell blocks immediate vote on $2,000 stimulus checks; both Georgia Republican Senators now support it. Biden says vaccine rollout “not progressing as it should.”
$2,000 stimulus payments are now in the hands of the Senate; President-Elect Biden says his team is being blocked from key intelligence information.
Democrats meet again to discuss COVID relief and once again avert a government shutdown.
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…
How do we deal with white supremacy moving forward? A hate expert has some thoughts. 2020Talks will not be aired on 12/25/20.
Trump grants pardons and condemns compromise stimulus package that Biden praises; a state tax policy expert has ideas for raising local revenue.
Congress passes a stimulus package before midnight deadline. Ivanka Trump and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris both in Georgia stumping for Senate runoff candidates, while President-elect Joe Biden was vaccinated on live television.
Congress approves a second pandemic relief package; President-elect Biden’s picks to lead the fight against climate change speak in Wilmington and Trump Campaign continues legal efforts.
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. -…
Congress could go overtime working on a new stimulus deal and for the first time a Native American could be Interior Secretary.
A Senate hearing on election security gets heated; President-elect Biden says he’s ‘confident’ his son is innocent of wrongdoing; and advocates making sure Georgians know how to cast their ballots for the Senate runoffs.
In this final episode, Michael Wear examines the role faith played in the election outcome.Michael Wear による
Biden rallied in Georgia yesterday for Democratic Senate candidates, a day after winning the electoral college. And Senate Majority Leader, Republican Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, finally congratulated the president-elect Tuesday morning, more than a month after the election was overwhelmingly called for Biden.…
Joseph R. Biden wins the electoral college, formally securing the presidency. Meanwhile, Trump announced that Attorney General William Bar will be leaving before Christmas. And two separate stimulus bills, worth $908 billion, were introduced Monday.
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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…
Electoral College votes today; lawsuits may be behind us. Violence in DC at pro-Trump rally and the nation has its eyes on Georgia as early voting begins in the Senate runoffs.
We all love the Christmas season, roast turkey, desserts, and tinsel all over the house. But how do we make sure these wonderful treasures don't become the focus? How do we make the message of Jesus central to our celebrations? Join my wife and I as we suggest various ideas to help you and your family take Christmas back for Christ. Happy Christmas…
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…
More than 3/4 Republicans in nationwide poll believe there was widespread voter fraud, Republican lawmakers focus on limiting vote-by-mail, and Biden urges civil rights leaders to not push “defund the police” till after Georgia Senate election.
A small win in Georgia for the democrats, Hunter Biden on the hot seat while President Elect announces DefSec and 17 states. Plus President Trump joins Paxton in asking SCOTUS to throw out battleground states' results for Biden.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Santa Claus is Coming to Town we discuss it and 2 other films highlining the big man. The Christmas Chronicles 2 and Fatman --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/a-podcast-named-tim/support
2020Talks is a daily program, tracking the 2020 election process during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Electoral College meets to certify the results; More legal defeats for Trump; and the Biden Administration takes form.
Giuliani tests positive for COVID and could Trump’s lashing out could hurt Georgia Republicans?
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…
Another legal setback for Trump, Republicans want to know more about DOJ investigations into voter fraud and another pick announced for the Biden Administration.
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?The Washington Post による
Biden meets with laid-off workers and small business owners, supports new stimulus plan.
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.The Washington Post による