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With about 13 months to go until the 2020 presidential election, much of the media’s attention is directed to the ongoing Democratic Party primary and President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign ads and rallies.
President Trump’s three Republican primary challengers will debate on Saturday in Nashville, Tenn., organizers announced.
A storm is brewing in the Democratic primary contest as entrepreneur Andrew Yang’s campaign said it is “disappointed” the Weather Channel did not invite him to participate in its 2020 special on climate change.
Governor Weld has been busy campaigning this week! If you missed all the coverage, or want to know where Bill will be next, read on!
In today’s TV news roundup, “She-Ra and the Princess of Power” Season 4 adds Jacob Tobia, and The Weather Channel announces the premiere date for its climate change special with the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.
Here on the Election Ride Home we have mostly focused on the Democratic primaries. And there’s a pretty good reason for this: one of these people is potentially the next president.
The Weather Channel is moving beyond cold fronts and heat waves to wade into the politics of climate change, with a special planned for early next month that includes interviews with nine presidential candidates on the topic.
First it was CNN. Then MSNBC. Now even the Weather Channel wants to ask presidential candidates about climate change.
A national coalition of voting rights, money-in-politics, and campaign finance reform groups have announced two more Democracy Town Hall series Presidential candidate events for Oct. 27 and Nov. 2.
Republican presidential candidate Bill Weld is beefing up his New Hampshire campaign and urging Democrats there to re-register as “Undeclared” by Friday — so Granite State Dems can vote for him in the nation’s first primary against President Trump.