Stay Tuned: What’s Coming Up in 2016 Election Central
Inside Flipboard / October 9, 2015
Donald Trump is slipping in the polls, Sen. Bernie Sanders continues to draw record crowds and significant money, and a question mark hangs over whether Vice President Joe Biden will enter the 2016 White House race. Those are just some of the biggest storylines ahead of the two presidential debates this month: the first Democratic debate on October 13 and third Republican debate on October 28. Here’s a rundown of what’s coming up in 2016 Election Central to help you keep up with this busy election news month:
- Check Election Central or Inside Flipboard after both debates for a debate recap with one of CNN’s reporters or editors. They’ll break down the previous night’s fireworks and predict how the event will impact the race going forward.
- After the first and second debates, we interviewed CNN Politics Executive Editor Mark Preston. You’ll see the next rounds of analysis here on October 14 and 29. You can also read CNN’s made-for-Flipboard magazine, CNN Politics: 2016 On Tap, to keep up with the latest polling and debate news throughout the campaign cycle.
- Each month, we’ll also interview a key member of Washington Post‘s political team to break down the current state of the race. They’ll take us through the latest ups and downs and offer insight from the trail in a series of “2016 Contenders Revealed” blog posts.
- Our first State of the Race interview was with Washington Post reporter Amber Phillips. This month, we’ll interview Philip Bump. Read more about the leading presidential candidates in made-for-Flipboard magazines from The Washington Post.
Both CNN and Washington Post are also featured as part of Flipboard’s 2016 Election Central, where you can read the top headlines or dive deep on the candidates or issues that matter most to you. Follow the 2016 Election profile or any of the magazines on the account to receive the weekly Flipboard Politics Rundown email.