How COVID-19 Is Reshaping Political Conventions
The 2020 Democratic National Convention gets underway this week largely online, an experiment in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Without the roaring crowds and made-for-tv spectacle associated with modern nominating conventions, Democrats will try to energize voters in support of presumptive nominee Joe Biden and his running mate, Kamala Harris.
Coming up on All Sides with Ann Fisher: how COVID-19 is reshaping the presidential nominating process.
- Zach Montellaro, campaign reporter, Politico
- Paul Beck, academy professor of political science, Ohio State University
- Wendy Smooth, associate professor of women’s gender and sexuality studies and political science, Ohio State University
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