Summary: The Las Vegas Review-Journal's Rory Appleton and Steve Sebelius spend their days talking to voters and politicians, often landing exclusive interviews with some of the biggest names in politics. Once a week, right here on RJ Politics, they want to let you in on the action.
Steve and Rory discuss a lively Democratic presidential debate and share some final thoughts heading into the Nevada Democratic Caucuses on Feb. 22. For live coverage of the caucuses, head over to reviewjournal.com.
With the Nevada caucus just eight days (and one podcast) away, Rory and Steve talk through the latest developments, including a highly anticipated endorsement decision from the Culinary Union and the Nevada State Democratic Party announcing that it will use a Google-powered custom calculator to track caucus results during early voting and the Feb. 22 caucuses.
Review-Journal politics reporter Rory Appleton sits down U.S. Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., to discuss Nevada's role in the 2020 presidential race, her support for Joe Biden, President Trump's State of the Union address and more.
Steve and Rory are joined by John Hishta, senior vice president of campaigns for AARP, to discuss the upcoming Nevada Democratic caucuses on Feb. 22.
Rory and Steve are joined by Shelby Wiltz, 2020 caucus director for the Nevada State Democratic Party, to discuss everything you need to know ahead of Nevada's 2020 Democratic caucuses on Feb. 22. They break down early voting, what to expect on caucus day, results reporting and more.
This week, Rory and Steve are joined by Democratic state Sen. Yvanna Cancela, who is the Nevada senior adviser for the Joe Biden campaign. They discuss Cancela's decision to endorse Joe Biden early in his presidential campaign, the upcoming Nevada caucuses and more.
We're back with a bonus episode, featuring an engaging conversation with former Massachusetts governor and Democratic presidential hopeful Deval Patrick.
Rory and Steve welcome Democratic presidential hopeful Tom Steyer back to the podcast to discuss his recent campaign efforts in Nevada and across the country. Check back later today for a bonus episode with another Democratic presidential candidate, former Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick.
Rory and Steve discuss the latest shift in the 2020 Democratic presidential field and talk about what they are looking forward to covering for the Review-Journal in the year ahead.
Review-Journal White House Correspondent Debra Saunders joins Rory to discuss the House of Representatives voting to impeach President Donald Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
Symone D. Sanders, a senior adviser to Joe Biden's presidential campaign, joins Rory and Steve this week to discuss the 2020 presidential race.
Review-Journal Education Reporter Amelia Pak-Harvey joins the show to discuss a deal Nevada made shortly after entering the union in 1864, and how various acts of corruption since have hurt today's students. Then Rory and Steve break down the latest news on impeachment and the 2020 presidential race.
Rory and Steve break down the latest Democratic presidential debate, Carson City Bureau Chief Colton Lochhead joins the podcast to discuss Nevada's marijuana regulation efforts, and Rory sits down with 2020 candidate Tom Steyer.
Rory and Steve discuss what the final 100 days leading up to Nevada's Democratic presidential caucus could look like, as well as movement in the 2020 field and the League of Women Voters' new idea to prevent gerrymandering in the state.
Review-Journal reporter Shea Johnson joins the podcast to discuss the Las Vegas city council's vote to pass a controversial ordinance that will ban people from camping and sleeping in public areas. Rory and Steve also sit down with Joe Biden's national campaign manager, Greg Schultz.