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The Inside Elections Podcast analyzes elections in a nonpartisan, data-driven, and accessible way. Inside Elections provides nonpartisan analysis of congressional, presidential, and gubernatorial races. With a combination of reporting and data, we break down the key races and bring valuable context to complex elections.
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On February 10th, 1796, Vice President John Adams wrote to his wife Abigail, lamenting the state of discourse in the country. The election was nearing—and becoming heated. Newspapers screamed, factions warred, and John Adams was dismayed with what he called “the wicked Game.” Americans in 2023 can relate. They still have to endure months of shouting, outrage, and the worst sort of political rancor as the country once again chooses its president. But it’s almost always been this way. And to p ...
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Year of Elections

The National News

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A podcast series from The National’s Opinion Desk that features conversations with experts, diplomats and thinkers on how elections and public opinion in 2024 will shape the world.
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How to improve elections

Electoral Integrity Project

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This podcast series from the Electoral Integrity Project (EIP) asks academics around the world to make the case for improving elections, using cutting edge research. Each episode will feature a new idea! The show is hosted by EIP co-Director Professor Toby James (University of East Anglia, UK). See: https://www.electoralintegrityproject.com/ for more.
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Chez Voxaly, nous sommes convaincus qu’une élection réussie est une élection bien préparée ! Aussi, afin de vous accompagner et guider au travers de toutes les étapes d’une élection CSE, avec les équipes de Voxaly, nous avons préparé une série de 10 épisodes sonores qui s’intitule “ Process vote électronique pour les élections CSE ”.
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Newman Students' Union holds Elections for the Union's leadership team every year. The following roles are contested: - President - Vice President - Academic Representation Officer - Equality and Campaigns Officer - Events and Activities Officer - RAG and Community Officer - Societies Officer - Sports and Health Officer This podcast will interview the Executive Officer candidates. Here’s your chance to listen to what they’ve got to say. To read the candidate’s manifestos, please visit the El ...
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Express Elections

Express Audio

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The Indian Express brings you a podcast that peels back the layers of political mudslinging and campaign rhetoric to cover everything you need to know about India voting. Express Elections will equip you with expert analysis and commentary on the significant events and players, an assessment of where the current government stands, and an understanding of the electoral process in India.
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ElectionSpeakers.com

The Speech Improvement Company Inc.

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A Unique Critique of speakers. electionspeakers.com is a non-partisan source of information intended to help citizens make voting decisions regarding both Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates in the 2008 election. electionspeakers.com will provide objective analysis of the speaking skills of major candidates and others who may effect voting decisions. electionspeakers.com will provide special coverage of any debates conducted between candidates. In addition to the commentary express ...
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À neuf mois des élections européennes qui se tiendront le 9 juin prochain, cette chronique a pour but d'informer chaque semaine sur un fait lié à cette élection. Qu'il s'agisse des tractations pour la composition des listes, du droit de vote à 16 ans adopté dans certains pays de l'Union européenne (UE) pour cette élection, ou du nombre d'eurodéputés dont disposera chaque pays, cette chronique vous permettra de suivre de manière régulière l'évolution de la campagne des élections européennes d ...
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On Political Trade Secrets we take an inside look at campaigns and politics. We pull back the curtain, look under the hood, & investigate how good candidates run for office and win elections. Each week on our free podcast we’ll offer some of the best insight into politics, campaigns and elections – with big name guests and key insider information into the world of running for office, political campaigns, and how politics ACTUALLY works.
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Garbled Twistory is a podcast that’s primary objective is to humanize history, through humorizing history. It re-tells history in a way that places special emphasis on the most unusual elements and indiscriminately injects F.U.N by the bucketload! The first season’s focus is US History: as told by all of its presidential elections and all of its presidential election candidates! There will be biographical episodes for every presidential candidate, episodes for every election, and episodes fo ...
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Take heed, candidates for office in 2022 and beyond – We the People have some things on our minds…In the run-up to the 2016 election, CITIZENARTS’s Founder Jim Gabbe and Executive Producer Jeff Lewis traveled the USA – from the rocky coast of Maine to the murky bayous of Louisiana to Washington’s shimmering Puget Sound. They were seeking answers to a most distressing question: were Americans as angrily and hopelessly divided as was being reported by the media? Over the course of those months ...
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Today's episode takes us over the latest polling, which looks a little better for the left but still shows just how far off they are. The right's got all the momentum just over week out, with Macron nowhere to be seen. Olly talks about bond markets and a potential bank-run, and Marlon questions the ten-year bond yield rates. Marlon goes over some o…
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As World War II rages on, FDR is in the political fight of his life against a young political newcomer, Republican Thomas Dewey. Riding the wave of Republican gains in the 1942 midterms, the youthful, fresh-faced Dewey attacks the tired old man in the White House by promising to bring about a swift end to the war. *** To listen to the entire series…
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Nathan Gonzales and Jacob Rubashkin analyze the upcoming Virginia primaries and general election with Laura Vozzella of The Washington Post and talk about the annual congressional softball game for breast cancer research with Atalie Ebersole of the Pet Food Institute. Twitter profiles: @nathanlgonzales @jacobrubashkin @LVozzella @aaepb89 @CWSoftbal…
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On Thursday June 6, hundreds of millions of Europeans will head to the polls for a unique and significant election. Instead of choosing their national governments, voters will elect representatives to the European Parliament in Strasbourg in the world's only popularly elected multinational legislature. The context of these elections is vastly diffe…
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Attal presents the centrist programme, to no one's surprise it's copying the other two blocs, though presumably they'll only do the right's half. Mélenchon continues to be Corbynified and we talk a little more about Marion Maréchal's heist. Marlon's twitter @MarlonEttinger Olly's twitter @reality_manager…
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Macron and Darmanin reveal just how right wing they actually are with rhetoric taken from Action Française. Marion Maréchal betrays Zemmour again. Roussel objects to one of LFI's candidates and Olly is fed a line by Ruffin's camp that the guy's analyse. Olly's piece on Macronism in the Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/article/2024…
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The dissident left wing candidates rallied in Montreuil, and the press is whirling with reports about their next moves. Is a millionaire funding them? Olly has an update from deep within the bowels of LFI about worries about so-called internal democracy. Marlon talks a lot about pensions. The best time to start investing was 10 years ago. The secon…
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Against the backdrop of World War II, FDR’s position of neutrality is threatened as he seeks to become the first president to serve three terms in office. To win the White House in the 1940 contest, FDR must get the best of business tycoon Wendell Willkie, a former Democrat and an affable political outsider with an axe to grind. *** To listen to th…
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As FDR pushes his progressive agenda, Republicans turn to a progressive candidate of their own: Kansas Governor Al Landon. Landon and the Republicans fight to make the election a referendum on fiscal responsibility, while FDR defends his New Deal against a slew of opponents, including the infamous media mogul and scandal machine, William Randolph H…
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Nathan Gonzales, Jacob Rubashkin and Gabby Birenbaum of The Nevada Independent look ahead to key races in Nevada including upcoming primaries and a handful of consequential races that will help determine who sits in the White House and which party controls Congress. Twitter profiles: @nathanlgonzales @jacobrubashkin @birenbomb @InsideElections The …
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As President Hoover and the Republicans scramble to rescue the country from the Great Depression, Democratic nominee Franklin Delano Roosevelt strives to take the country in a bold new direction on the promise of a New Deal for America. But to win his party’s nomination, FDR will have to go toe to toe with one of the most powerful Democrats in the …
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Bonjour et bienvenue dans "Parlons élections, les européennes 2024 en question". Je suis Lola Avril et tous les mois nous discutons avec des chercheuses et chercheurs en sciences sociales des élections européennes à venir. Dans ce septième épisode, j'ai le plaisir de recevoir Guillaume Sacristains, maître de conférences en sciences politiques à l'U…
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In the wake of an unprecedented natural disaster, Commerce Secretary Herbert Hoover lives up to his reputation as a Master of Emergencies and solidifies his status as the presumptive Republican nominee. To beat him, Democratic Governor Al Smith of New York will have to face off against the Republicans and the forces of opposition in the South. *** …
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India’s general election, the world’s largest, is now a month in, and a fortnight away from its conclusion on June 4. By the time the last ballot is counted, more than half a billion people will have made their voices heard on the country’s future. The challenge at this stage in the vote has been turnout, as the most recent phase saw only two third…
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Nathan Gonzales, Jacob Rubashkin and Dirk VanderHart of Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) look ahead to key House primaries in Oregon and look back at consequential results in Maryland, Nebraska, and West Virginia. Twitter profiles: @nathanlgonzales @jacobrubashkin @dirquez @InsideElections The Inside Elections podcast analyzes congressional, presid…
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After the death of Warren G Harding, Vice President Calvin Coolidge inherits a booming economy, but he also inherits one of the biggest political scandals in American history. To win his party’s nomination and overcome the Teapot Dome scandal, Calvin Coolidge must live up to his nickname: Silent Cal. To beat Coolidge, Democratic nominee John W. Dav…
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In the aftermath of a bloody world war and a catastrophic global pandemic, the Democrats shun President Woodrow Wilson and dash his hopes to be the first American president to serve three terms. While the Democrats go to war over the future of their party, Republican nominee Warren G. Harding seeks to give the American people something they truly c…
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Nathan Gonzales, Jacob Rubashkin and Leah Askarinam of the Associated Press take questions in the first-ever mailbag episode, talking about races in Iowa, Florida, and New York, the number of astronauts turned politicians, and a look into the world of political handicapping. Twitter profiles: @nathanlgonzales @jacobrubashkin @leahaskarinam @InsideE…
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As war brews overseas in Europe, Democratic President Woodrow Wilson strives to keep America out of the war and to keep his prospects for a second term alive. To keep the White House, Wilson goes toe to toe with Republican Supreme Court Justice Charles Evans Hughes in a contest that is defined by domestic turmoil, international strife and personal …
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Bonjour et bienvenue dans "Parlons élections, les européennes 2024 en question". Je suis Lola Avril et tous les mois nous discutons avec des chercheuses et chercheurs en sciences sociales des élections européennes à venir. Pour ce sixième épisode, j'ai le plaisir de recevoir Marie Acabo, doctorante en sciences politiques à l'IEP de Strasbourg, au l…
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Teddy Roosevelt comes out of retirement and returns to the political fold to unseat his longtime political friend and ally, President William Howard Taft. As both parties struggle to hold their progressive and conservative factions together, Democrat Woodrow Wilson seeks to ride the wave of progressivism, capitalize on a divided Republican party, a…
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Over the next several weeks, about 970 million people in India will cast their ballots in the world’s largest election. The country holds general elections every five years to elect members of the Lok Sabha, the lower house of Parliament. The winning party – or coalition of parties – will be able to form a government and choose the prime minister. …
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Nathan Gonzales, Jacob Rubashkin and Pamela Wood of the Baltimore Banner discuss the Democratic primary for the Senate in Maryland and a look ahead to the general election against Republican former Gov. Larry Hogan, as well as the Democratic primary in Maryland’s 3rd District featuring a former Capitol police officer who was at the capitol on Jan. …
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Teddy Roosevelt’s hand-picked successor, Republican William Howard Taft, faces off against Democrat William Jennings Bryan. In his third and final presidential campaign, Bryan preaches the gospel of populism. In the end, his progressive ideas are no match for Roosevelt’s legacy, but Bryan’s failed campaign pushes the Democrat party out of the past …
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In the aftermath of President McKinley’s assassination at the hands of an anarchist, Vice President Teddy Roosevelt, a man known for his physical and mental strength, rises to power and to the occasion. In the 1904 contest, the Democrats, and their candidate Judge Alton B Parker, learn a hard lesson about Teddy Roosevelt: anyone standing in his way…
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In a tumultuous period defined by change, innovation, expansion and war, the stage is set for a rematch between incumbent Republican William McKinley and Democrat William Jennings Bryan. After McKinley’s Vice President dies in office, a new star rises to power in the Republican Party. Teddy Roosevelt comes to Washington and on the heels of a new ag…
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Bonjour et bienvenue dans Parlons élections. Les européennes 2024 en questions. Je suis et tous les mois nous discuterons avec des chercheuses et chercheurs en sciences sociales des élections européennes à venir. Pour ce cinquième épisode, j'ai le plaisir de recevoir Natalie Brack, chercheuse en science politique à l'Université libre de Bruxelles e…
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In the wake of the greatest economic depression in the country’s history so far, the Democrats battle it out over the future of monetary policy. In the midst of the debate, former Nebraska congressman William Jennings Bryan emerges as the Democrat Candidate. To win the election, Bryan will have to get the best of an affable Governor from Ohio with …
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Turks will head to polls for the municipal elections that will take place on Sunday, March 31 in a vote that will direct the country’s political direction. Less than a year ago, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan won a third term in office until 2028. It will likely be his last, unless he pursues a constitutional reform to allow him to run for …
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