New Hampshire Public Radio, in collaboration with New Hampshire PBS, is holding a series of forums with presidential primary candidates to explore in-depth the issues that impact New Hampshire voters. Forums are open to the public, broadcast on NHPR live, and then broadcast on New Hampshire PBS.
The next forum in the series will be with Cory Booker, U.S. Senator from New Jersey, who is running for the Democratic presidential nomination. Prior forums included former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld on October 8, businessman Tom Steyer on October 28, Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren on October 30, entrepreneur Andrew Yang on November 7, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg on December 6
Primary 2020: The Exchange Candidate Forums from NHPR will be broadcast live from NHPR’s Studio D in Concord. Laura Knoy, host of The Exchange, will be joined by Josh Rogers, senior political reporter and editor, as co-moderator of the forum with Senator Booker.
For this forum and for future forums, conversations with the candidates will touch on the economy, healthcare, education, climate change, public safety and foreign policy. Listeners are encouraged to submit their questions for the candidates in advance; public questions will help guide the interview and may be read by an NHPR host on-air. Submit questions in advance online here.
Primary 2020: The Exchange Candidate Forums are part of a broader portfolio of NHPR reporting around New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary. Other tools and reporting projects related to primary coverage and accessible online include:
GENERAL PUBLIC: All forums are free, but registration is required and seating is limited. Please register online at: nhpr.org/events. [NOTE: Look for the specific event name before registering]
MEDIA: All forums are open to the media. A media room is available onsite at NHPR with a livestream of the broadcast. If you’re a member of the media planning to attend the forum, please register at: email@example.com
PRIMARY 2020: The Exchange Candidate Forum with Senator Cory Booker
MODERATORS: Laura Knoy and Josh Rogers
AUDIENCE QUESTIONS: Listeners with questions for Senator Booker are encouraged to submit their questions in advance here. [NOTE: These questions will help guide the interview and may be read by an NHPR host on-air]
DATE: Friday, January 3, 2020
LOCATION: Studio D
New Hampshire Public Radio
2 Pillsbury Street, 6th Floor
Concord, NH 03301
8 a.m. - Doors open.
8:40 a.m. – Audience is seated (Studio D)
9 to 10 a.m. – The Exchange program live from Studio D.
[PROGRAMMING NOTE: This forum will be streamed on Facebook Live. The program will also be rebroadcast on NHPR, on Friday, January 3 from 7 to 8 p.m. On New Hampshire PBS, the program will be broadcast on Friday, January 10, on New Hampshire PBS Explore at 8:30 p.m., and on Saturday, January 11 at 12 a.m. on New Hampshire PBS.]
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