Barack Obama and Joe Biden Speak Wednesday at the DNC

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On day three of the DNC in Philadelphia, President Barack Obama is the final speaker of the evening, just before Vice President Joe Biden. Local and Philadelphia journalists and a round-table of political scientists will recap the night on The Sound of Ideas.

Plus, a record-breaking group of youths in Philadelphia are experssing what they would do if they were President of the United States. We will hear from a local Boys & Girls Club about their potential Oval Office plans. 


-Karen Kasler, Ohio Statehouse News Bureau Chief, ideastream
-Clare Malone, Politics Reporter, FiveThirtyEight
-Tom MacDonald. Reporter, WHYY
-Meredith Turner, Ohio Immigration and Community Liaison for Senator Sherrod Brown
-Tom Sutton, Ph.D., Professor of Political Science, Baldwin Wallace University 
-John Green, Ph.D., Director, Bliss Institute of Applied Politics,  University of Akron 
-Danielle Sarver Coombs, Ph.D.,  Associate Professor, School of Journalism & Mass Comm.,  Kent State University
-Steven Dettelbach, Former US Attorney

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The Sound of Ideas

"If I Were President..."

Jul. 28, 2016

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