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'On Point' In South Carolina: Looking Ahead To 2020

A voter arrives at a polling station at Dreher High School Feb. 20, 2016 in Columbia, S.C. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)
A voter arrives at a polling station at Dreher High School Feb. 20, 2016 in Columbia, S.C. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

On Point Live! travels to South Carolina on October 3, 2019 for a live-audience recording of the show to explore issues surrounding the upcoming 2020 elections.

Voters in the Palmetto State head to the polls on Feb. 29, 2020, the first Democratic primary in the South. Notably, South Carolina will offer the first real indication of how candidates are resonating with black voters.

We'll be at South Carolina Public Radio when On Point's Meghna Chakrabarti speaks with local political and religious leaders, journalists and voters.

The recording of the live show will air Monday, October 7 on the national broadcast.

So, we've got a request for you!

  1. Join us: You can register to attend the show at this link.
  2. Get in touch: We’re looking for your comments or questions for our show.
  • Voters: What questions are you asking of candidates, and what answers are you hearing? Which issues are you most concerned about? What are you watching for in South Carolina — what kind of impact might South Carolina's primary have on the national level? What kinds of questions should journalists be asking that they're not currently addressing?
  • And, Republican voters: What do you make of the fact that there isn't even going to be a primary in the state?

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