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Every Friday, Amy Walter brings you the trends in politics long before the national media picks up on them. Known as one of the smartest and most trusted journalists in Washington, D.C., Amy Walter is respected by politicians and pundits on all sides of the aisle. You may know Amy her from her work with Cook Political Report and the PBS NewsHour where she looks beyond the breaking news headlines for a deeper understanding of how Washington works, who's pulling the levers of power, and how it all impacts you.Politics with Amy Walter is a co-production of PRI and WNYC Radio in collaboration WGBH.

Latest Episodes

Nevada Goes for Bernie

The Nevada caucuses were held on Saturday. Senator Bernie Sanders easily claimed victory, proving he can build abroad coalition of voters. Host Amy Walter discusses the results of the Silver State with Joel Payne, a Democratic strategist;Tara Golshan, 2020 reporter at HuffPost Politics; and Zach Montellaro, campaign reporter for Politico.

15 MIN3 d ago
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Nevada Goes for Bernie

The Nevada Caucus and Beyond

Democratic strategist Joel Payne, Maya King from Politico, andJon Ralston from The Nevada Independent join Politics with Amy Walter to discuss Saturday's caucus in Nevada and how candidates fared this week. On Wednesday, Michael Bloomberg joined his rivals in Nevada for his first debate as a presidential candidate. The former mayor has positioned himself as a moderate businessman alternative to President Donald Trump. While he's spent millions on highly-produced advertisements, his debate performance has caused some to question whether the appeal from his ads translates into a candidate that could beat President Trump. Rosie Gray from BuzzFeed News shares some insightsfrom the campaign trail. On Super Tuesday, California's 415 Democratic delegates will be up for grabs. But as of writing, more than one million voters have already submitted their ballots. Paul Mitchellof Political Data Inc. shares how campaigns are trying to sway voters ahead of March 3rd. Also, a look at the role Latino voters will play in the Democratic primary and beyond. We hear fromCongresswoman Sylvia Garciaof Texas,Mark Hugo Lopez from the Pew Research Center, andDr. Stephen Nuño-Perezfrom Latino Decisions.

46 MIN5 d ago
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The Nevada Caucus and Beyond

Black Voters and the Democratic Primary

Andrew Prokop ofVox, Adam Harris of The Atlantic, and Philip Bumpof The Washington Post join Politics with Amy Walter to discuss the results from New Hampshire, Senator Bernie Sander's perceived lead, and Attorney General William Barr's handlingof sentencing recommendations for Roger J. Stone. Also, The Democratic Party of Nevada is trying to avoid the tech issues that disrupted the final result of the Iowa caucuses. Rebecca Katz ofNew Deal Strategies andMegan Messerly of The Nevada Independentweigh in onthe process and how candidates are making their case to voters in the final days before the caucuses. Finally,Maya King of Politico and Errin Haines of The 19th*join Amy Walter to discuss how presidential hopefuls are modifying their messages to court black voters.

50 MIN1 w ago
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Black Voters and the Democratic Primary

Politics with Amy Walter: Behind the New Hampshire Primary

On Tuesday, voters in New Hampshire will cast their votes in the firstprimary contest of the 2020 election. Typically, the candidate who emerged as the winner in Iowa would slingshot to New Hampshire where the momentum picks up or gets checked, but a delay in the final tally has muddled the outlook. Priscilla Thompson, 2020 campaign embed with NBC andJosh Rogers, Politics Reporter at New Hampshire Public Radio join Politics with Amy Walter to discuss. Executive Director of the New Hampshire Democratic Party,Amy Kennedy,weighed in on how The Party plans on engaging the state's contingent of Democratic voters.Dante Scala, professor of political science at the University of New Hampshire explains the impact the Iowa caucuses have on voters on Tuesday. David Weigelof The Washington Post weighs in on the State of the Union Address and the Senate's vote to acquit President Trump on two articles of impeachment.

41 MIN2 w ago
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Politics with Amy Walter: Behind the New Hampshire Primary

Caucus Time

In the second installment of Politics with Amy Walter from Iowa, wecontextualize the caucuses set to take place on Monday. Democratic Strategist Matt Paul fills us in on why many voters are undecided until the last minute and what it will take to convince them to get behind a candidate.Chair of theIowa Democratic PartyTroy Priceand Iowa Public Radio's politics reporter Clay Masters explain how the caucus process has changed since 2016. Iowa State University student Megan Johansen explains why she's supporting Pete Buttigieg. Also, Peter Ambler, the executive director of Giffords explains how the national conversation surrounding gun control has shifted, even in the suburbs. ICYMI: Check out the first installment from Iowa here.

49 MIN3 w ago
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Caucus Time

The View from Iowa

This week, Politics with Amy Walter took a trip to Iowa to get a sense of how voters are feeling ahead of the upcoming caucuses. We asked politicians, economists, pollsters, and caucusgoers about what issues areimportant tothem and which candidate could deliver the White House to Democrats. The issues of foremost concern included race, healthcare, labor protections, hyper-polarization, climate change, and defeating President Trump. J. Ann Selzer,whose poll is considered the “gold standard”,walks us through her latest data set and what to make of this incredibly close race. From Waterloo, we heard from Mayor Quentin Hart, who has endorsed former Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Pastor Frantz Whitfield, a supporter of Vice President Joe Biden, about the calculus behind their endorsements. Dave Swenson, an economist at Iowa State University, explainedthe economy of the state which holds an outsized influence on the rest of the primary season.

47 MINJAN 25
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The View from Iowa

A Look at Pennsylvania and 2020's Battleground States

With caucus and primary season around the corner, it’s only a matter of time until candidates shift gears and begin expanding their campaigns in battleground states. Come November, voters in states like Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin will play a critical role in determining what party will take the White House. Although Pennsylvania handed President Obama victories in 2008 and 2012, voters decided to take a chance on President Trump in 2016, awarding him 20 electoral votes. This week, Politics with Amy Walter traveled to Pennsylvania to hear from politicians in the state about the lessons learned from 2016 and what’s at stake in 2020.Congressman Brendan Boyle,Congressman Dwight Evans, and PhiladelphiaCouncilmember Kendra Brookssat down with Amy Walter. Plus, Jerome Dillard, the State Director forEx-Incarcerated People Organizing(EXPO), highlights the implications of failing to engage disenfranchised voters. Also, the New York Times’Margot Sanger-Katzexplains the Republican-led lawsuit that attemptstodismantle the Affordable Care Act and what that means for the 20 million Americans that would lose coverage. Finally,Steve Mistler, Chief Political Correspondent of Maine Public Radio, weighs in on Senator Susan Collins’ legacy and how it might change in light of the ongoing impeachment trial.

51 MINJAN 18
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A Look at Pennsylvania and 2020's Battleground States

How are Republicans and Democrats Approaching Campaigning on Facebook in 2020?

Tech giants like Facebook, Twitter, and Google have redefined the way both Republicans and Democrats approach digital campaign outreach and fundraising. However, calls toregulate social media platformsgrew louder after evidence surfaced that nefarious actors attempted to use social media to influence thelast US presidential election. While Twitter recently announced that it would no longer run political advertisements, Facebook has moved in the opposite direction.Earlier this week, Facebook announced that itwould continue to allow political advertisements on the platform, even ads containing false information. PatrickRuffini,co-founder of Echelon Insightsand Tara McGowan, CEO and founder of Acronym, join Politics with Amy Walter to discuss what both parties have learned since 2016 about using social media platforms to target voters for fundraising.

16 MINJAN 12
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How are Republicans and Democrats Approaching Campaigning on Facebook in 2020?

Iran, Impeachment, and Iowa

Against the background of impeachment, heightened tensions with Iran, and the Iowa Caucuses,Astead Herndonof The New York Times andClare Maloneof FiveThirtyEight join Politics with Amy Walter to provide an update on the state of the Democratic Primary. Plus,Thanassis Cambanisof the Century Foundation analyzes the future of the US-Iran relationship in light of the assassination ofMajor General Qassim SoleimaniandAndrew Clevengerof CQ Roll Call provides context about the War Powers Resolution.

31 MINJAN 11
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Iran, Impeachment, and Iowa

What's next for Trump and Saudi Arabia?

On Thursday, presidential candidates seeking the Democratic nomination gathered in Los Angeles for the sixth debate. Maya Kingof Politico and Kevin Robillardof HuffPost join Politics with Amy Walter with analysis of the state of the Democratic primary field. Also,Toluse Olorunnipaof The Washington Post recaps President Trump's time in office as we head into 2020 andJesse Paulof the Colorado Sun weighs in on how vulnerable Republicans in the Senate are thinkingabout 2020. Plus,Nader Hashemiof theCenter for Middle East Studies andSenator Chris Murphyprovide context regarding the past and present of the United State's relationship with Saudi Arabia. Click on the 'Listen' button above to hear this segment. Don't have time to listen right now? Subscribe for free to our podcastvia iTunes,TuneIn,Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts to take this segment with you on the go. Want to comment on this story? Share your thoughts on ourFacebook pageorTwitter.

46 MIN2019 DEC 21
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What's next for Trump and Saudi Arabia?

Latest Episodes

Nevada Goes for Bernie

The Nevada caucuses were held on Saturday. Senator Bernie Sanders easily claimed victory, proving he can build abroad coalition of voters. Host Amy Walter discusses the results of the Silver State with Joel Payne, a Democratic strategist;Tara Golshan, 2020 reporter at HuffPost Politics; and Zach Montellaro, campaign reporter for Politico.

15 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Nevada Goes for Bernie

The Nevada Caucus and Beyond

Democratic strategist Joel Payne, Maya King from Politico, andJon Ralston from The Nevada Independent join Politics with Amy Walter to discuss Saturday's caucus in Nevada and how candidates fared this week. On Wednesday, Michael Bloomberg joined his rivals in Nevada for his first debate as a presidential candidate. The former mayor has positioned himself as a moderate businessman alternative to President Donald Trump. While he's spent millions on highly-produced advertisements, his debate performance has caused some to question whether the appeal from his ads translates into a candidate that could beat President Trump. Rosie Gray from BuzzFeed News shares some insightsfrom the campaign trail. On Super Tuesday, California's 415 Democratic delegates will be up for grabs. But as of writing, more than one million voters have already submitted their ballots. Paul Mitchellof Political Data Inc. shares how campaigns are trying to sway voters ahead of March 3rd. Also, a look at the role Latino voters will play in the Democratic primary and beyond. We hear fromCongresswoman Sylvia Garciaof Texas,Mark Hugo Lopez from the Pew Research Center, andDr. Stephen Nuño-Perezfrom Latino Decisions.

46 MIN5 d ago
Comments
The Nevada Caucus and Beyond

Black Voters and the Democratic Primary

Andrew Prokop ofVox, Adam Harris of The Atlantic, and Philip Bumpof The Washington Post join Politics with Amy Walter to discuss the results from New Hampshire, Senator Bernie Sander's perceived lead, and Attorney General William Barr's handlingof sentencing recommendations for Roger J. Stone. Also, The Democratic Party of Nevada is trying to avoid the tech issues that disrupted the final result of the Iowa caucuses. Rebecca Katz ofNew Deal Strategies andMegan Messerly of The Nevada Independentweigh in onthe process and how candidates are making their case to voters in the final days before the caucuses. Finally,Maya King of Politico and Errin Haines of The 19th*join Amy Walter to discuss how presidential hopefuls are modifying their messages to court black voters.

50 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Black Voters and the Democratic Primary

Politics with Amy Walter: Behind the New Hampshire Primary

On Tuesday, voters in New Hampshire will cast their votes in the firstprimary contest of the 2020 election. Typically, the candidate who emerged as the winner in Iowa would slingshot to New Hampshire where the momentum picks up or gets checked, but a delay in the final tally has muddled the outlook. Priscilla Thompson, 2020 campaign embed with NBC andJosh Rogers, Politics Reporter at New Hampshire Public Radio join Politics with Amy Walter to discuss. Executive Director of the New Hampshire Democratic Party,Amy Kennedy,weighed in on how The Party plans on engaging the state's contingent of Democratic voters.Dante Scala, professor of political science at the University of New Hampshire explains the impact the Iowa caucuses have on voters on Tuesday. David Weigelof The Washington Post weighs in on the State of the Union Address and the Senate's vote to acquit President Trump on two articles of impeachment.

41 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Politics with Amy Walter: Behind the New Hampshire Primary

Caucus Time

In the second installment of Politics with Amy Walter from Iowa, wecontextualize the caucuses set to take place on Monday. Democratic Strategist Matt Paul fills us in on why many voters are undecided until the last minute and what it will take to convince them to get behind a candidate.Chair of theIowa Democratic PartyTroy Priceand Iowa Public Radio's politics reporter Clay Masters explain how the caucus process has changed since 2016. Iowa State University student Megan Johansen explains why she's supporting Pete Buttigieg. Also, Peter Ambler, the executive director of Giffords explains how the national conversation surrounding gun control has shifted, even in the suburbs. ICYMI: Check out the first installment from Iowa here.

49 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Caucus Time

The View from Iowa

This week, Politics with Amy Walter took a trip to Iowa to get a sense of how voters are feeling ahead of the upcoming caucuses. We asked politicians, economists, pollsters, and caucusgoers about what issues areimportant tothem and which candidate could deliver the White House to Democrats. The issues of foremost concern included race, healthcare, labor protections, hyper-polarization, climate change, and defeating President Trump. J. Ann Selzer,whose poll is considered the “gold standard”,walks us through her latest data set and what to make of this incredibly close race. From Waterloo, we heard from Mayor Quentin Hart, who has endorsed former Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Pastor Frantz Whitfield, a supporter of Vice President Joe Biden, about the calculus behind their endorsements. Dave Swenson, an economist at Iowa State University, explainedthe economy of the state which holds an outsized influence on the rest of the primary season.

47 MINJAN 25
Comments
The View from Iowa

A Look at Pennsylvania and 2020's Battleground States

With caucus and primary season around the corner, it’s only a matter of time until candidates shift gears and begin expanding their campaigns in battleground states. Come November, voters in states like Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin will play a critical role in determining what party will take the White House. Although Pennsylvania handed President Obama victories in 2008 and 2012, voters decided to take a chance on President Trump in 2016, awarding him 20 electoral votes. This week, Politics with Amy Walter traveled to Pennsylvania to hear from politicians in the state about the lessons learned from 2016 and what’s at stake in 2020.Congressman Brendan Boyle,Congressman Dwight Evans, and PhiladelphiaCouncilmember Kendra Brookssat down with Amy Walter. Plus, Jerome Dillard, the State Director forEx-Incarcerated People Organizing(EXPO), highlights the implications of failing to engage disenfranchised voters. Also, the New York Times’Margot Sanger-Katzexplains the Republican-led lawsuit that attemptstodismantle the Affordable Care Act and what that means for the 20 million Americans that would lose coverage. Finally,Steve Mistler, Chief Political Correspondent of Maine Public Radio, weighs in on Senator Susan Collins’ legacy and how it might change in light of the ongoing impeachment trial.

51 MINJAN 18
Comments
A Look at Pennsylvania and 2020's Battleground States

How are Republicans and Democrats Approaching Campaigning on Facebook in 2020?

Tech giants like Facebook, Twitter, and Google have redefined the way both Republicans and Democrats approach digital campaign outreach and fundraising. However, calls toregulate social media platformsgrew louder after evidence surfaced that nefarious actors attempted to use social media to influence thelast US presidential election. While Twitter recently announced that it would no longer run political advertisements, Facebook has moved in the opposite direction.Earlier this week, Facebook announced that itwould continue to allow political advertisements on the platform, even ads containing false information. PatrickRuffini,co-founder of Echelon Insightsand Tara McGowan, CEO and founder of Acronym, join Politics with Amy Walter to discuss what both parties have learned since 2016 about using social media platforms to target voters for fundraising.

16 MINJAN 12
Comments
How are Republicans and Democrats Approaching Campaigning on Facebook in 2020?

Iran, Impeachment, and Iowa

Against the background of impeachment, heightened tensions with Iran, and the Iowa Caucuses,Astead Herndonof The New York Times andClare Maloneof FiveThirtyEight join Politics with Amy Walter to provide an update on the state of the Democratic Primary. Plus,Thanassis Cambanisof the Century Foundation analyzes the future of the US-Iran relationship in light of the assassination ofMajor General Qassim SoleimaniandAndrew Clevengerof CQ Roll Call provides context about the War Powers Resolution.

31 MINJAN 11
Comments
Iran, Impeachment, and Iowa

What's next for Trump and Saudi Arabia?

On Thursday, presidential candidates seeking the Democratic nomination gathered in Los Angeles for the sixth debate. Maya Kingof Politico and Kevin Robillardof HuffPost join Politics with Amy Walter with analysis of the state of the Democratic primary field. Also,Toluse Olorunnipaof The Washington Post recaps President Trump's time in office as we head into 2020 andJesse Paulof the Colorado Sun weighs in on how vulnerable Republicans in the Senate are thinkingabout 2020. Plus,Nader Hashemiof theCenter for Middle East Studies andSenator Chris Murphyprovide context regarding the past and present of the United State's relationship with Saudi Arabia. Click on the 'Listen' button above to hear this segment. Don't have time to listen right now? Subscribe for free to our podcastvia iTunes,TuneIn,Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts to take this segment with you on the go. Want to comment on this story? Share your thoughts on ourFacebook pageorTwitter.

46 MIN2019 DEC 21
Comments
What's next for Trump and Saudi Arabia?
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