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The 2020 election is critical to the future of our democracy. Democracy Now!'s 2020 election program package includes hard-hitting independent news coverage of key primaries and debates, live reporting from the DNC and RNC and an election night special with real-time returns and analysis you won't hear anywhere else.
Democracy Now! will report extensively on the presidential campaigns and race as well as down-ballot races, ballot initiatives, and election issues, including the influence of money in politics and the erosion of voting rights protections.
In addition to election headlines and in-depth election coverage on our daily news hour, Democracy Now!’s 2020 Election Package includes:
Super Tuesday: Tuesday, March 3, 2020; 7pm–11:59pm E.T.
Democracy Now! is teaming up with The Intercept to bring you real-time results as 14 states head to the polls for presidential primary elections.
Democratic National Convention: Monday, July 13, 2020–Friday, July 17, 2020
Live reporting from Milwaukee, WI, from the convention floor to the protests in the streets as the DNC names its nominee and issue platform for the 2020 elections.
Republican National Convention: Monday, August 24, 2020–Friday, August 28, 2020
Live reporting from Charlotte, North Carolina as the RNC names its nominee and issue platform for the 2020 elections.
Election Night: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Real-time election returns and analysis as votes head to the polls for one of the most consequential elections of our time.
For more information about broadcasting Democracy Now!’s daily news hour and/or our 2020 Election Package, contact Angie Karran at 212-431-9090 x8818.