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Viewpoint Special Breaks Down 2016 Election Results
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On a special episode on Viewpoint, the 2016 General Election results are in, but what do they mean for West Virginians today and into the future?
Conservative columnist Laurie Lin, of WVPB’s The Front Porch, and West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy’s Ted Boettner join host Ashton Marra to discuss the race for governor and the challenges Democrat Jim Justice will face, particularly with the budget, when he takes office in January.
The panel also discusses the expanded Republican control of the West Virginia Senate and what new leadership could mean for policy during the 2017 session.
Then a discussion with Dr. Robert Rupp of West Virginia Wesleyan College. Rupp focuses in on the state’s slow transition from a blue to a red state, a transition that could not be completed by the West Virginia Republican Party in their race for governor.
The special episode is the final podcast of Viewpoint this election cycle. It can also be viewed on WVPB’s television network and heard on radio at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9.
West Virginia Public Broadcasting is proud to announce four first place awards and seven runner ups across nine categories for the 74th Annual Virginias Associated Press Broadcasters Awards. The first place awards include Best Documentary or In-Depth, Best Light Feature, Best Multi-Platform and Best Mountain State Heritage.
West Virginia Public Broadcasting announces that Mountain Stage is featured in the latest issue of Rolling Stone Magazine. Rolling Stone journalist Garret Woodward explores the diverse group of nationally recognized musicians who have played Mountain Stage, highlighting the uniqueness of the show on today’s airwaves.