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Nov 16

NPR Political Roundup

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Date November 16, 2018
Time 8 PM - 9:30 PM

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National Portrait Gallery | Smithsonian American Art Museum – Kogod Courtyard
8th St NW & F St NW
Washington, DC 20001

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NPR Politics


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Hey, public radio nerds!

For months you’ve depended on the NPR Politics Podcast to help you sift through the onslaught of elections news to find the facts. With the midterms finally here, we’re gathering some our favorite NPR political junkies in one room for a roundup event that you simply can’t afford to miss.

Join Scott Detrow, Tamara Keith and Asma Khalid, together with White House reporter Ayesha Rascoe and political editor Domenico Montanaro for a live taping of the podcast’s post-election analysis, followed by Morning Edition's Rachel Martin in conversation with Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar and Missouri Senator Roy Blunt about the road to 2020. Joshua Johnson, WAMU's 1A host, will join the fun with a special guest appearance.

With some of the brightest political minds in one space, the race for seats at NPR’s Political Roundup event will be one of the most competitive of this election cycle. Reserve yours today.

FEATURED SPEAKERS
NPR Politics Podcast Co-hosts, Scott Detrow, Tamara Keith, and Asma Khalid
NPR Politics & Digital Audience Lead Editor Domenico Montanaro
NPR White House Reporter Ayesha Rascoe

Also hear perspectives from both sides of the aisle in a discussion led by...
NPR Morning Edition Host Rachel Martin with Senator Amy Klobuchar and Senator Roy Blunt

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NPR thanks its local member station WAMU for its support of this event.


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