DNC Convention Delayed; Bloomberg Sued : Politics Podcast The Democratic National Committee has agreed to push back their nominating convention until mid-August. Mike Bloomberg is facing lawsuits from former campaign staffers who say they were promised jobs through the general election.

And the NPR Politics team answers listener questions about the coronavirus outbreak.

This episode: congressional correspondent Susan Davis, national political correspondent Mara Liasson, demographics and culture reporter Juana Summers, and voting and election security reporter Miles Parks.
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Politics of COVID-19: Your Questions Answered

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Politics of COVID-19: Your Questions Answered

Politics of COVID-19: Your Questions Answered

Politics of COVID-19: Your Questions Answered

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The Democratic National Committee has agreed to push back their nominating convention until mid-August. Mike Bloomberg is facing lawsuits from former campaign staffers who say they were promised jobs through the general election. And, the NPR Politics team answers listener questions about the coronavirus outbreak.

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