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Convention Night Call-In: RNC Tuesday

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The program featured:

  • Analysis from Jeff Greenfield, anchor of PBS's Need to Know and columnist for Yahoo! News
  • Former New Hampshire Governor John Sununu, who served as Chief of Staff under George H.W. Bush

A reporter's roundtable with: 

  • Bob Hennelly of WNYC and New Jersey Public Radio on what to expect from Chris Christie's keynote speech tonight
  • Michael Pope of WAMU on how Virginia voters are watching the convention and Governor McDonnell's speech
  • Jo Ingles, statehouse reporter for Ohio Public Radio, on Ohio's voters and what they are watching for

 

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