Tuscaloosa AL – This election season, we've been talking with voters about their thoughts on the candidates and the issues. In this installment, we'll hear what some voters feel is most important to them ...
Nashville, TN – Not long after her conversation with Ryan Vasquez, APR's Alisa Beckwith-Aylliath hit the streets of the Music City. She probed the minds of undecided voters to find out what they think of the candidates.
Nashville, TN – APR News reporter Alisa Beckwith-Ayilliath spoke with Ryan Vasquez just a couple of hours before Tuesday night's (10/7) presidential debate between Senators John McCain and Barack Obama. Alisa was reporting from Belmont University in Nashville.
Tuscaloosa, AL – University of Alabama College Republicans president Mason Dyess and College Democrats president Trent Thompson talk to APR's Brandon Hollingsworth about what they're looking for as Joe Biden and Sarah Palin debate Thursday night in St. Louis.
Tuscaloosa, Al – As the presidential election draws closer, millions of Americans living abroad are taking the steps to exercise their right to vote. Recently, APR reporter Alisa Beckwith Ayilliath spoke with some expatriates living in India to find out what political issues are most important to them.
Tuscaloosa, AL – Voters in Alabama want to hear more about the issues and less about race.
"I'm hearing less about what [the candidates] stand for and more about he's black, he's white, she's female, he's male. That needs to stay out of it. I want to hear about the issues at hand," said Brian, a voter from McCalla, Alabama.
To hear what voters want to hear more about from John McCain and Barack Obama, click on "Listen."
Tuscaloosa, AL – Voters recently interviewed in Tuscaloosa, Alabama said they wanted to hear less about the personal family matters of the presidential candidates, and more about major issues of concern.
"We've gotten so far away from an issues-based campaign that we're discussing things that have no bearing whatsoever on how well a person will lead," said Brooke, a voter from Tennessee.
To hear what voters want to hear less about from John McCain and Barack Obama, click on "Listen."
Tuscaloosa AL – We've heard from potential voters about what they want the presidential candidates to talk more about. Today, we'll hear two of the major differences in what John McCain and Barack Obama have planned for education. Alabama Public Radio's Brett Tannehill files this report, which starts with Sarah - one of the people we met in our previous segment (Voters Want More 1) ...
St. Paul, MN – Alabama delegates say they are headed home from the national convention feeling a bit more confident with the Republican ticket than when they left. Sara Sciammacco reports from Saint Paul.
St. Paul, MN – This week Capitol News Connection has been checking in with Alabama delegates at the Republican National Convention in St Paul. Reporter Matt Laslo sends this first-person audio postcard from the convention floor.
By Elizabeth Wynne Johnson, Capitol News Connection
Denver, CO – Some Alabama delegation members wrestle with their first experience at the Democratic National Convention. Others are hip to the scene. But they are all here backing one man -- Barack Obama. Elizabeth Wynne Johnson reports from Denver.