VPR reporters share observations from the campaign trail. Political analyst Eric Davis joins our listeners to discuss the final moments of an historic election season. A newpaper publisher explains the tradition and changing value of editorial endorsements. And older voters recall elections past.
Join VPR and NPR for full coverage of the day’s political activities across Vermont and the country. At
7pm, tune in for VPR’s coverage of Town Meeting Day, hosted by VPR’s
Steve Delaney. At 8:30pm, VPR joins NPR’s All Things Considered for updated primary
10:00pm, NPR’s Robert Siegel and Melissa Block host NPR’s Primary
Special recapping results in Texas, Ohio, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
One week from now, Vermonters will go to the polls and choose which
party and which candidate to vote for the presidential primary. But some Vermonters are still weighing which candidate will get their vote. We talk with political analyst Eric
Davis and take your calls. Also, a controversy over when it’s appropriate
to relocate an old cemetery, and we listen to the sounds of winter necessity for those who take the
ice: getting your skates sharpened.