Some states are postponing their primaries due to the coronavirus outbreak. What are the problems with this approach, and what are the solutions? And after last weekend’s Biden-Sanders debate, will audience-free debates be the new norm? Plus, earlier this month, the last surviving member of a Puerto Rican nationalist group that tried in 1954 to kill members of the House of Representatives died. We replay an interview with former Congressman Paul Kanjorski who was on the House floor that day.
Super Tuesday has come and gone, with Biden emerging as the big, and surprising, winner. We assess California’s decision to move up their primary earlier this year. And while many early voters cast ballots for candidates who later dropped out, do the pluses of early voting still outweigh the negatives? Plus, the history of super delegates in the Democratic party.
We analyze the final Democratic debate before the South Carolina primary. Plus, a preview of what’s happening on Super Tuesday in North Carolina, and could Elizabeth Warren have a tough battle ahead of her in her home state of Massachusetts? And we preview some key House and Senate primaries at stake on Tuesday.
The results of Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary are in, so where does the race for the Democratic nomination go from here? Plus, a look ahead to next month’s Democratic primary rematch in Illinois’ 3rd District. And Gary Hart reminisces of what it was like to finish second in Iowa and go on to win New Hampshire 36 years ago.
Could the disastrous Monday night in Iowa end that state’s hold on first-in-the-nation status? Plus, a longtime friend of Sen. Lamar Alexander says his vote on impeachment witnesses shouldn’t have been a surprise. And former New Hampshire GOP chairman Fergus Cullen reminisces about some of the Granite State’s primaries history.
We get the latest on the dust up between Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders about whether a woman can beat President Trump in 2020. Plus, we examine the issue of “faithless electors” and the possible consequences should they alter the result of a presidential election. And, we talk to one such “faithless elector” who, in 1976, ignored his pledge to vote for President Gerald Ford and instead voted for Ronald Reagan.