Montpelier, VT – Vermont Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Gaye Symington released a new economic plan on Thursday. That prompted immediate criticism from Incumbent Republican Governor Jim Douglas' campaign. WAMC's North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley has more.
Albany, NY – With days dwindling in this year's election season, we convene a panel of experts to discuss the state of the Obama and McCain presidential campaigns. Joining host Dave Galletly are Union College Professors Ashraf Ghaly, Tomas Dvorak, Paul Sorum and Tom Lobe.
Albany, NY – Lincoln Scholar, Harold Holzer, joins Joe and Sarah to speak about his latest work on our 16th President - Lincoln: President Elect - and about what this year's candidates can learn from Lincoln about that transitional period between being elected and being inaugurated.
Albany, NY – With just Eleven Days until Americans get out and vote, Capital District Bureau Chief Dave Lucas contacted several Boards of Elections which are in the midst of election day preparation...
New Paltz, NY – As the presidential campaigns sprint toward the finish line and both sides try not to stumble, Hudson Valley bureau chief Susan Barnett founds out what a college marketing class thinks about marketing, media and politics.
Hudson Valley, NY – As election day draws closer, candidates are battling it out over the economy, health care and the country's future. Hudson Valley bureau chief Susan Barnett spoke with the candidates running for Congress in NY's 19th Congressional District.
Albany, NY – The economy has been a major issue in political races across the country this year. Today we take a close look at the economic proposals laid out by presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama. Joining host Alan Chartock is noted economist Mike Meeropol. Mike chairs the economics department at Western New England College in Springfield, MA.
Montpelier, VT – Vermont Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Gaye Symington says the administration of Republican Governor Jim Douglas is ignoring more than $137 million in federal money that could be available to fix Vermont's roads and bridges. WAMC's North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley has more.