In This Episode
Guest host Tim Miller joins Jon, Jon, Tommy, and Dan live from New Orleans! A fired-up President Biden campaigns in Illinois, but Jill Stein enters the Presidential race and Joe Manchin announces that he won’t seek re-election, making it harder for Democrats to keep the Senate—and possibly the White House—in 2024. State Rep. Mandie Landry and Public Service Commissioner Davante Lewis join the show to talk Louisiana politics. The hosts debate whether Donald Trump really has the GOP nomination on lock. Then, in the home state of porn-monitoring Speaker Mike Johnson, Lovett debuts a new game: Covenant Eyes Are Watching You.
Recorded at The Joy Theater in New Orleans by permission of MVNLA Owner, LLC.
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- CNN: Biden heads to Illinois as multiple political headwinds converge in key Democratic state
- NBC | AP: Biden says workers need ‘a fair shot’ as he celebrates the labor deal saving an Illinois auto plant
- NBC: The White House wants to own Tuesday’s election wins. Democrats aren’t so sure.
- NBC: New Biden TV ad hits Trump on manufacturing jobs
- AP: Israel agrees to 4-hour daily pauses in Gaza fighting to allow civilians to flee, White House says
- CNN: CNN Poll: Trump narrowly leads Biden in hypothetical rematch
THIRD PARTY CANDIDATES
- NYT: What’s Behind Kennedy’s Poll Numbers? Voters Dread a Trump-Biden Rematch.
- Politico: RFK Jr. super PAC raises $11 million within hours and courts Elon Musk’s support (10/10/23)
- CBS: Sen. Joe Manchin says he won’t run for reelection to Senate in 2024
- WSJ: Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin Won’t Run for Re-Election in West Virginia
- NBC: No Labels gains 2024 ballot access in a 12th state (10/24/23)
- NYT: Jill Stein Announces Third-Party Bid for President
- WaPo: Dean Phillips hires top Bernie Sanders and Andrew Yang advisers
- HuffPost: The Problem All Of The 2024 Biden Alternatives Face: Ballot Access (10/31/23)
GOP PRIMARY FIELD