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2016 Campaign Connection

Your roundup of the 2016 Presidential Campaign from PBS, NPR and across public media. Connecting you to in-depth reporting and analysis on the candidates and the issues this election year.


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Fact checking and analyzing the first presidential debate
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Fact checking and analyzing the first presidential debate

Our team of in-house experts analyzed, fact checked and added context to the candidates’ statements as the debate happened.

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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump faced off for the first debate at Hofstra University.

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Campaign Connection represents a joint effort across public media to provide comprehensive coverage of the 2016 presidential race. 

Elections coverage comes from NPR, PBS’ national partners and local member stations across the country. Through up-to-date news and in-depth reporting on the candidates and campaign issues driving the news cycle, Campaign Connection connects you to the stories that matter. 

New York NOW | Podcasts

The Making of the Mario Cuomo Documentary

Matt Ryan discusses the making of his new film on former Governor Mario Cuomo with Casey Seiler and Karen DeWitt...

MSNBC's Steve Kornacki analyzes the 2016 Presidential Race.
Investigative journalist Wayne Barrett reflects on his decades covering Donald Trump.
Clinton and Cruz visit upstate; discussion of newly-enacted state budget.
What does Trump's ascension in the presidential race mean for the State Republican party?
Revisit Hillary Clinton's first run for public office in 2000.