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By some estimates, campaign spending will top $5 billion by the end of the race to the White House. In this episode of Reveal hour, a collaboration between The Center for Public Integrity and WAMU in Washington, we look at who’s spending, how much, where the money’s flowing and what it’s paying for.
This year’s presidential election will be the first without the full protection of the Voting Rights Act since the civil rights era.
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With data from online pollster YouGov, we take a cogent look at Donald Trump’s supporters. We found out who they are and what they care about.
Donald Trump has made it clear: He’s very rich. He doesn’t need – or want – his supporters’ money. But that hasn’t stopped thousands of people from all 50 states from donating to the Republican’s presidential campaign.
Reveal heads to Iowa to talk to longtime resident Fran Kirschner, who discusses her support for Donald Trump and how she and her neighbors are scared of what America’s become.
Reveal traveled to South Carolina to learn more about how Donald Trump captivates the crowds that come to his rallies. We engaged supporters with the Trump Game, recording their reactions to audio clips of the presidential candidate’s words in real time.
Reveal reports from the thick of the action at a Donald Trump rally at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino. You will hear events as they unfold, including protesters disrupting the rally and being thrown out by security.
With his celebrity lifestyle and made-for-reality-TV personality, some people didn’t take Donald Trump’s presidential bid seriously – but his polling numbers aren’t a joke. This hour of Reveal will delve into the hearts and minds of the ardent supporters who have put him in the lead.
”Where are you from?” can be an earnest question. But it also can be used as a divisive political tool that plays on people’s fears of the other. We look at how this rhetoric reverberates before, during and after a Tea Party convention in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.