Debate

Heard on the Hill This Week: Bar Hopping on Debate Night
 

While voters throughout nation gathered around TVs for the third and final showdown between presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Roll Call's Heard on the Hill reporter Alex Gangitano went bar hopping to Capitol Hill's debate watch parties. These included a basement bar serving Trump-inspired cocktails and a Hill favorite with Clinton and Trump impersonators.

Also, straight from Nevada, senior Senate reporter Niels Lesniewski shares Minority Leader Harry Reid's advice for the Washington Nationals at the end of their season.

Ep. 25: Kaine, Pence Square Off
The Big Story

CQ Roll Call Columnist Walter Shapiro, CQ Policy Editor Catalina Camia and CQ Roll Call’s News Director Steve Komarow weigh in on the vice presidential debate and what Tim Kaine and Mike Pence must do to elevate Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Show Notes:

3 Things Clinton and Trump Might Cover in the Next Debate
 

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Six Weeks To Go: Roll Call’s Election Forecast

Ep. 23: Clinton, Trump Battle on Long Island
The Week Ahead

Jonathan Allen, Roll Call columnist and co-author of the New York Times best-seller HRC:State Secrets and the Rebirth of Hillary Clinton, sets up Monday night's first presidential debate, discussing what Hillary Clinton needs to do to keep Donald Trump off balance, and what Trump must do to appear presidential.

Better Talk Fast: Wasserman Schultz Invites Challenger to 15-Minute Debate
Bernie-backed Canova has been asking for debate for months

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., set the debate time between her and challenger Tim Canova at 8:30 a.m. on Sunday. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call file photo)

After months of demurring, Florida congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz has reportedly agreed to debate her Bernie Sanders-backed primary rival.

For 15 minutes. At 8:30 am. On a Sunday.