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Our election road trip followed the presidential candidates across the country, talking to supporters, critics and undecided voters about their hopes for the election.
Since January, we've taken the show on the road to states across the country, talking to people about their lives and the issues that concern them most.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd visited the Mexican border town of Nogales to see how the battle between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump looks to Mexicans.
Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson speaks with Curt Bean, an Iraq War veteran with PTSD who is trying to promote alternative treatments — including medical marijuana.
Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson met with Hickenlooper to talk about his support of Clinton throughout the campaign’s controversies.
Colorado did not become a state until 100 years after the Declaration of Independence. But it's played a major role in American history, and proved to be a presidential battleground.
Some in the state are advocating for the approval of Amendment 69, a ballot measure which would make Colorado the first state with universal health care.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson reports on how two sectors of Colorado are working to combat the negative effects of rapid population growth.
Susan Littman and Jane Meagher tell Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson that they are voting for Trump because they care more about the issues than personality.
The latest polling shows Hillary Clinton leading opponent Donald Trump by eight points, in a place once considered a battleground state.
Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson met with Native Roots Dispensary owner and CEO Josh Ginsberg about how he has seen the industry evolve.
Voters from both parties gathered in Las Vegas to cheer on their candidate at last night's third and final debate.
Ranchers who live near the border fence in southern Arizona have to deal with Mexican drug smugglers and migrants cutting illegally through their property.
While the Clinton campaign is spending millions of dollars on advertising in the state, one issue is whether Latinos will go out to the polls.
Realizing that his son would be the sixth generation of Chickasaw children to grow up speaking English, Joshua Hinson decided to take matters into his own hands.
The riot has been mostly ignored by history. But a recent fatal police shooting of an African American man in Tulsa has focused attention on the city’s history.
This year's campaign ads might seem negative, but archivists at the Julian Kanter Political Commercial Archive at the University of Oklahoma say that's nothing new.
While polls and political analysts predict a Donald Trump victory in the state, several key ballot questions are causing a stir.
Scientists have linked Oklahoma's recent earthquake increase to the underground injection of wastewater during oil and gas production.
The six years Poe lived in Philadelphia in the mid-1800s have been described as the happiest of his short life.