In addition to our coverage in All Things Considered, VPR and NPR will offer a two-hour call in special this evening. Listeners have the chance to react to and discuss the evening’s results. Neal Conan will host our special, which will air from 10PM-12 midnight ET.
Join us for an NPR News Special Wednesday, May 7 at 2
PM ET. NPR’s Neal Conan and offers
the latest news as well as reaction and analysis of Tuesday’s results
in the North Carolina
Indiana Primaries. Listen to this Live NPR News Special on VPR.
for an indepth report on the Pennsylvania Primaries Wednesday April 23 at 2pm on VPR. NPR will provide reaction
and analysis of Tuesday’s results from voters as well as political
experts. We’ll also look ahead to the North Carolina and Indiana
Primaries on May 6. You’re invited to
call in with your thoughts. That’s Wednesday afternoon at 2pm on VPR.
Join VPR and NPR for full coverage of the day’s political activities across Vermont and the country. At
7pm, tune in for VPR’s coverage of Town Meeting Day, hosted by VPR’s
Steve Delaney. At 8:30pm, VPR joins NPR’s All Things Considered for updated primary
10:00pm, NPR’s Robert Siegel and Melissa Block host NPR’s Primary
Special recapping results in Texas, Ohio, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
after Super Tuesday, voters in Maryland, Virginia and the District of
will go to the polls; their votes may force some candidates to leave
and possibly anoint either Senator Hillary Clinton or Senator Barack
Obama as the
leading contender for the Democratic ticket. NPR’s Melissa Block and
Michele Norris host live coverage of the Potomac
Primaries 10 PM ET, Tuesday, February 12 on VPR.
Voters in more than 20 states cast their votes in the presidential
primaries on Super Tuesday, determining roughly half of the delegates
for both major parties. Join VPR and NPR for a special program recapping the results of yesterday’s Super Tuesday primaries, today at 2pm, on VPR.
Hosted by NPR’s Neal Conan, we’ll discuss the results of the primary and its implications for "Super Tuesday" on February 5. Click here for the Election 2008 Homepage, including the latest details about election coverage, links to articles and interviews, and election resources. Check out the "Select a Candidate" online survey, which helps you figure out which candidates align with your own views.
On Tuesday, NPR and Iowa Public Radio will host a Democratic
presidential candidates’ debate and VPR will carry live coverage. NPR
will select some of your questions to ask the candidates during the
debate. Submit your question and tune in Tuesday at 2pm for live coverage on VPR. (AP Photo/Bill Sikes)
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