Picking Shades of Blue in the 2020 Texas Dem Primary

The Austin Chronicle Show takes a look at the March 3 ballot

While I went to party with pets, my colleagues Mike Clark-Madison and Michael King took the reins of our weekly show on KOOP 91.7 FM to run through the March 3 primary ballot.

Topics include: which races were the toughest to decide who to endorse, Bloomberg money, and which candidates they think will go to a runoff.

Follow all the Chronicle's coverage from the campaign trail at our Elections hub, and don't forget early voting kicks off Tuesday, Feb. 18. Want to learn more about the candidates? Pick up next week's issue for a copy of the League of Women Voters of Texas' nonpartisan Voters Guide.

SHOW CREDITS
Host: Mike Clark-Madison. Guest: Michael King. Engineer: Evan Hearn. Theme music: Kevin Curtin and Jonas Wilson.

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