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Election Night 2020 With Bobby Reynolds And Darnely Stewart
After the polls closed on Election Day, I spoke with Bobby Reynolds, political consultant and former staffer for Republican Senator Susan Collins from Maine and Darnely Stewart, Democrat, in New York City.
Why a Lifelong Democrat in Maine is Splitting her Ticket: Biden for President and Collins for Senate
It's 4 days before the 2020 and all eyes are on Maine. Donald Trump is fighting for one electoral college vote in the north's second congressional district, and the US Senate race between Republican Incumbent Susan Collins and Democrat Sara Gideon has drawn over $150 million, could determine what party controls the senate, and is in a dead heat with 4% undecided going into the polls next week. Mary Ann Lynch joins the podcast to talk about the race from her view. She voted for Biden and Collins.
Will Trump win an Electoral College Vote in Maine's 2nd CD? Who wins between Collins and Gideon?
My interview with Sun Journal reporter Steve Collins following the second and final debate between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden, his Democratic challenger.
The takeaway: Thank God we don't have to watch another debate!
Did Kamala Harris look presidential enough in last night's debate with VP Mike Pence?
This Is Keep Up! I’m Your Host Cynthia Dill, Podcasting From My Beautiful Studio In Portland, Maine. It’s Thursday October 8th, 2020 Following The First And Only Debate Between Vice President Mike Pence And Democratic Nominee Kamala Harris.
Joining Me By Phone To Talk About It Is Spencer Thibodeau, Senior Advisor To The Biden For President Campaign In Maine.
Journalist Gina Hamilton on fiasco dubbed a presidential debate, plus a riff on Maine US Senate race
Wow! The first presidential debate was a shit show. Did anyone win? Joining the show by phone minutes after Donald Trump and Joe Biden duked it out from Cleveland, Ohio is Gina Hamilton, Editor in chief at the New Maine Times, investigative journalist, writer and economic analyst.
Will Ranked-Choice Voting be used in Maine's Presidential Election?
The ballots in Maine have been printed but a court challenge could put the brakes on ranked-choice voting as it pertains to the race for president of the United States. Then what? Despite the myriad challenges this election season presents, Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap has confidence in the integrity of the system. Listen and find out why!