How To Campaign Online During Coronavirus : Politics Podcast : The NPR Politics Podcast Joe Biden has held a number of web-based campaign events and fundraisers now that the coronavirus outbreak has grounded his campaign. Early efforts were plagued with problems, though there are signs things are improving.

And congressional candidates are also facing challenges, even with the most essential of campaign tasks — like getting enough signatures to appear on the ballot.

This episode: political correspondent Scott Detrow, campaign correspondent Asma Khalid, and demographics and culture reporter Juana Summers.
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Joe Biden, Retail Politician, Tries His Hand At Virtual Campaigning

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Joe Biden, Retail Politician, Tries His Hand At Virtual Campaigning

Joe Biden, Retail Politician, Tries His Hand At Virtual Campaigning

Joe Biden, Retail Politician, Tries His Hand At Virtual Campaigning

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Joe Biden has held a number of web-based campaign events and fundraisers now that the coronavirus outbreak has grounded his campaign. Early efforts were plagued with problems, though there are signs things are improving.

Congressional candidates are also facing challenges even with the most essential of campaign tasks — like collecting enough signatures to appear on the ballot.

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