Listen to a brand-new podcast series from Dartmouth Alumni Relations exploring the November election with Dartmouth faculty experts and dynamic alumni special guests. New episodes will be released regularly as we count down to November 3, 2020.

Hosted by Mike Mastanduno, The Nelson A. Rockefeller Professor of Government and former dean of the faculty. 

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Episode 1: Campaigning and Voting During COVID-19

Join us for a discussion on remote campaigning, unprecedented conventions, and mail-in voting with Democratic communications strategist Lis Smith '05 and Linda Fowler, Professor of Government and the Frank J. Reagan Chair in Policy Studies, Emerita.

Listen on Spotify or iTunes

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Episode 2: Covering Campaigns in the Virtual World

CNN Chief Washington Correspondent Jake Tapper '91 and Professor of Government Brendan Nyhan explore "fake news" and how the media has adapted to covering the presidency and the 2020 Election. Featuring opinion commentary by Jamal Brown '08.

Listen on Spotify or iTunes

Coming Soon

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Episode 3: Race and Religion in the 2020 Election

Listen in as Dartmouth faculty experts and alumni discuss the nature of voting blocks in the 2020 presidential election. Featuring the John Phillips Professor in Religion Randall Balmer and faith leader and former Democratic National Convention CEO Leah Daughtry '84.