The final presidential debateis in the books, as is the final Wonk|Fix Hangout to recap the policies discussed in the debate and the political implications it could have.
Wonkblog’s Dylan Matthews and the Fix’s Aaron Blake talked with Brook Silva-Braga of The Fold on Tuesday.
Woodhouse discussed that change, as well as the decision earlier Wednesday by campaign officials to move President Obama’s acceptance speech from Bank of America stadium indoors to the Time Warner Cable Arena.
Washington Post White House reporter Amy Gardner also joined them on the set, and Fix blogger Sean Sullivan and The Root political correspondent Keli Goff piped in to the discussion via Google+ Hangout.Do you want to join the final Hangout of the conventions on Thursday? Fill out the form below, and we might invite you to participate in a reader panel with Chris and the other journalists and anewsmakerbefore President Obama addresses the convention.
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Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) is in Tampa as Republicans prepare for Mitt Romney’s nomination acceptance speech there on Thursday night.
Chris Cillizza talked with Wasserman Schultz via Google+ Hangout, along with Fix blogger Aaron Blake, 2Chambers blogger Ed O’Keefe,TheRoot.com political correspondent Keli Goff and Fix reader Chad LaForge of Columbia, Missouri.
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Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) will accept the GOP nomination for vice president Tuesday at the Republican National Convention in Tampa.
But before his much-anticipated speech, The Fix’s Chris Cillizza hosted a Google+ Hangout with, Washington Post reporters Karen Tumulty and Sean Sullivan, and Fix reader Paul Shanks of Richmond, Va.
They were later joined by New Jersey Senate candidate Joe Kyrillos.
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Chris Cillizza talked with the Mitt Romney campaign’s digital director, Zac Moffatt, Tuesday during a live Fix Google+ Hangout as the first night of theRepublican National Conventiongot underway in Tampa.
The Hotline’s Reid Wilson, She The People and the Daily Beast contributor Patricia Murphy, and Fix blogger Sean Sullivan joined the Hangout, along with two Fix readers, Eion O’Neill and Michael Carson.
The Republican National Convention’s first events in Tampa were postponed for one day, but the first of the Fix’s Convention Google+ Hangouts went live on Monday.
Chris Cillizza talked Rep. John Mica (R-Fla.) and Adam Smith of the Tampa Bay Times on the Google convention site set about what the Republican party wants to accomplish this week as they nominate their candidate.
And he was joined Hangout by Washington Post reporters Nia-Malika Henderson and Amy Gardner and the Daily Caller’s Matt Lewis.We will stream the Hangout here in the Fix, on the Washington Post’s Google+ page, and on the RNC Grid, PostPolitics’s new site for live convention coverage.
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Update: This event has been postponed. Stay tuned to The Fix for a new date and time.
How has Congress changed in the past 30 years? Former congressman Rick Nolan (D-Minn.), who retired from Congress in 1981, will have a unique take on that if his campaign to defeat Rep. Chip Cravaack (R-Minn.) is successful in November.
Rep. Steven LaTourette (R-Ohio) became the latest moderate member of Congress to cite the hyper-partisan climate on Capitol Hill as he announced his retirement last week.
Why is it that way, and will it change? Former members of Congress Brian Baird (D-Wash.) and Charles Djou (R-Hawaii), who is running to reclaim the seat he lost in 2010, joined the Fix’s Aaron Blake and Sean Sullivan for a Google Plus Hangout on Thursday.
Rep. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.), one of the rising stars in the freshman class, chatted with the Fix’s Aaron Blake and The Hotline’s Reid Wilson about his first term in Congress in a Google+ Hangout at 1:30 p.m. ET on Thursday.
Gardner discussed his freshman experience and how the Colorado congressional delegation is responding to the shootings in Aurora last week.
Watch the Fix’s Aaron Blake, The Daily Caller’s Matt K. Lewis and Roll Call’s Shira Toeplitz talk about the latest news on Mitt Romney’s running mate selection process and some of the big names rumored to be under consideration for the job.