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The Inside Elections Podcast

Inside Elections

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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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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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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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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 Elections 2019

NSU Elections 2019

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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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Au cœur des élections européennes

Matthieu Maillard

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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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Marlon is away so Olly takes you through the complex negotiations on the eve of choosing a prime minister. The left still doesn't have a candidate! An intervention by friend of the show Stefano Palombarini puts Marine Tondellier in a tight spot and provokes a revolt in the ranks of the greens. The PS and the Communists have other ideas. The left di…
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Nathan Gonzales and Jacob Rubashkin, on location at the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, analyze the state of the presidential race after the attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump, talk about the first two days of the Republican convention, and release fresh polling data in Michigan’s 7th District, one of t…
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Democrat John F. Kennedy and Republican Richard Nixon fight for the White House on new technological turf: the rise of television sets the stage for an unprecedented campaign defined by race, religion and dirty tricks. But on the campaign trail, “Tricky Dick” Nixon meets his match in John F. Kennedy’s relentless brother, Bobby Kennedy. *** To liste…
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We have returned for a special look at the UK's dramatic 2024 election, which saw Labour win a landslide majority on a record low share of the vote and Ed Davey humiliate himself for attention. Features some unavoidable discussion of Chris' mortgage. Chris also published this insightful piece, and Jonathan was inspired to rant about FPTP a bit.…
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With less than 120 days until millions of Americans cast their ballots to decide their next president, the 2024 election is shaping up to be one of the most consequential in recent history. Amid the campaign trail, pressing questions are being raised about President Joe Biden’s fitness for office and the high-profile legal challenges facing Republi…
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And she says "ow, that hurts!" In this episode Olly and Marlon discuss Laurence Tubiana, the PS, PCF, and Green candidate for NFP Prime Minister. They go over why LFI opposes her, her past and present Macron-compatibility, and her eco-anarchist offspring. Olly goes into one possible centrist scenario for a President of the National Assembly, which …
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The initial upload of this episode cut off half the recording. It should now be fixed. Olly and Marlon discuss the day's news - this includes another front in the left's forever war, a rift opening up in the centrist camp, purges of the CFDT union of RN supporters and the battle for a spot on publicly funded tv continues. Song: Prose Elite by Medin…
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Marlon discusses La Réunion president Huguette Bello's unlikely Prime Ministerial shot. He also goes over some of the objections to Bello in the role, including her positions on gay marriage over the years. And Marlon touches on who in French politics is condemning what looks like a Trump assassination attempt. Want your book, magazine, or website …
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Marlon and Olly discuss the latest left wing grouping in France, L'Après, an outfit set up by some of the LFI dissidents. But are things as they seem in the new group? And who are they preparing the after for? More rigamarole on where the government will come from - the left or the right? The unions threaten to strike come the Olympics if Macron do…
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Marlon & Olly talk with Cassandre Begous to discuss everything about La France Insoumise. Cass, who's in LFI and well versed in all the debates inside it, helps them go deep on the tensions between LFI and the PCF, why exactly Alexis Corbière, Raquel Garrido, and others broke with Mélenchon, and what the next government will look like. Cass also te…
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All the different forces are jockeying for power in the National Assembly. Who will govern? In a solo episode, Marlon breaks down the newspapers and the rumors. There's the New Popular Front, with LFI trying to impose, but with the Communist party scheming with the centrists, reveals a leaked recording. There's Xavier Bertrand, an LR heavyweight wh…
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In the run up to the 1956 contest, Ike battles severe health issues, an intensifying Cold War and enemies in the Democratic party. But his greatest struggle during the campaign isn’t with Adlai Stevenson and the Democrats, it’s with his Secretary of State: John Foster Dulles. The conflict between these two political titans comes to a head in the mi…
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Marlon and Olly are joined by Jacobin's Europe editor David Broder to discuss the results, the sociology of the RN vote and how LFI might break out of its metropolitan niche. Marlon's twitter: @MarlonEttinger Olly's twitter: @reality_manager David's twitter: @broderly photo credit: Lukas Hermsmeierollypoker666
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The round 2 results are in. Olly and Marlon eat humble pie as things look better for the left than previously thought. Though their analysis remains sharp! The RN still did very well and all of the focus on the left's factions is now highly relevant as the left attempts to form a government. Olly's Twitter: @reality_manager Marlon's Twitter @Marlon…
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Olly gets stuck on a train, so Marlon goes solo on the eve of the voting day. Marlon talks about speculation about possible RN ministers, and gives an update on the Horaces surrounding Marine Le Pen. Marlon talks about the latest thinking on a coalition of the soft left and the center, and how not everybody in Macron's camp thinks that's necessaril…
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Marlon and Olly talk about the possibility of an abstentionist surge ahead of the second round of the vote on Sunday. "I don't want to do anything stupid," says one voter. Olly watched the final debate/interview and talks about Clémence Guetté and Jordan Bardell's performances. A bone-chilling, truly thuggish plot against a Reinaissance candidate r…
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A short episode where Olly and Marlon hit the news, go over the latest developments on the prospect of a soft left coalition led by Attal, and integrating the right wing flank of the New Popular Front. Marlon also talks about the new political phenomenon in the country...the inspiring Green Queen Tondelier. Meanwhile, the Green Party leadership dis…
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Marlon and Olly go through some of the racist, creepy, and boneheaded statements from RN candidates, including one who isn't around, one who took hostages (she'd rather not talk about it for now), and a bunch of just racist ones. Marlon also talks about a Macronist plot against a former minister to get an RN deputy elected. And Olly talks with some…
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It is a political gamble that looks to be going badly wrong for French President Emmanuel Macron. On Sunday, millions of voters went to the polls in the first round of a snap general election called by the French leader after a disastrous showing by his centrist alliance in June’s European Parliament elections. Opinion polls strongly suggested that…
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Marlon and Olly talk desistments, Bollore's secret campaign, the campaigns of the LFI dissidents and the sociology of the RN vote. Marlon's substack: https://footnotesnews.substack.com/ Olly's article on Bollorisation is available here: https://bylinetimes.com/2024/07/02/how-far-right-billionaires-are-destroying-french-politics-and-what-the-uk-must…
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Dwight “Ike” Eisenhower takes on a determined Democratic party united behind the popular Illinois governor, Adlai Stevenson. But in the run up to the 1952 contest, Ike’s biggest cross to bear is not the Democrats; it’s a member of his own party. As Ike defies the Republican establishment and fights for the White House on his own terms, he does his …
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Olly and Marlon go over the results in greater detail and politely disagree about the quandry the left is faced with. A useful map of the different circonscriptions https://www.contexte.com/article/pouvoirs/carte-des-legislatives-2024_193466.html? Olly's reaction to the results: https://unherd.com/newsroom/has-marine-le-pen-conquered-the-centrists/…
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The UK's Conservative Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Labour Party leader Keir Starmer have entered the final straight in the race to Downing Street, with voters going to the polls on July 4. The general election is being fought largely on the issue of the economy. But Mr Sunak’s campaign has been hit by false starts and pitfalls, putting in jeopard…
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The results are in. In a coup for FLEP24, but absolutely not for the people of France, they were as we predicted and the RN are the largest party. Olly and Marlon go over the results, the voter sociology and the shape of the 'triangular' showdowns to come. Unsurprisingly that shape is a triangle. Marlon's Twitter @MarlonEttinger Olly's Twitter @rea…
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Olly and Marlon recap the past 3 weeks of a wild election campaign. That campaign is over. The first round votes will be cast on Sunday, June 30th. From a shock left wing alliance, to a union of the right, and every politician locking themselves in their party offices in between, this is an excellent overview of the past 19 episodes of our daily lo…
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Nathan Gonzales and Jacob Rubashkin look at the potential fallout from the CNN debate between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump and analyze a handful of key House races in New York with Emily Ngo of Politico. Twitter profiles: @nathanlgonzales @jacobrubashkin @emilyngo @InsideElections The Inside Elections podcast analyzes congr…
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Olly's out today, so Marlon performs the labour of a Heracles and gives a run through of the right's campaign against Mélenchon for Prime Minister. Marlon also looks at the recent polling which might have things looking closer than ever, the history of RN's hotly contest national preference policy, and touches on some of the night's debate (which F…
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In the wake of World War II, as President Truman fights to establish a new peace, Republican Governor Thomas Dewey gears up for a second run at the White House. As Truman strives to fulfill Franklin D. Roosevelt’s progressive legacy with his “Fair Deal” for America, Dewey tries to capitalize on a growing anti-Truman sentiment brewing all across the…
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Marlon and Olly meet up in La Villette to recap the second week of the French legislative elections in 2024. Birds, laughing children, and a beautiful sunny day can't stop them from discussing the political state of play in that country of countries France, that city of cities, Paris. They talk about the consolidation of the right wing block, the p…
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Olly and Marlon recap the news - Mélenchon continues to be monstered by the press and Olly points out the centre left are high on their own supply. Marlon talks about a meal between Darmanin and Edouard Phillipe (sorry again) and their post-Macron plan. They also discuss the more fleshed out proposals of the RN's plan. Marlon's Twitter @MarlonEttin…
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Iranian voters prepare to head to the polls on June 28, following the sudden death of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi in a helicopter crash in May. This coming election is significant because not only will it shape Iran's political landscape, but it promises to influence Tehran’s relationships with the international community. Economic sanctions, t…
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In today's episode we talk about Mélenchon's prime ministerial plans, his opinion of Bardella, and the far right's designation by the Interior Ministry. Marlon gets a piece of mail from a shadowy figure from the past, and Olly goes deep on New Caledonian independence and fascists training in the woods. Plus more polls: most people think RN will win…
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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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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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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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