The Ticket: A Presidential Podcast

The Ticket, produced by KUT and the Texas Tribune, is our new podcast focused on the 2016 presidential race.

Michael Stravato, via Texas Tribune

This week on The Ticket 2016: In the wake of another horrific mass shooting, the Presidential candidates were quick to explain how their administration would help reduce this kind of crime.

To help explain what Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are saying, KUT's Ben Philpott and the Texas Tribune's Jay Root put two recent campaign speeches under the microscope on another episode of Stump Interrupted.


Gage Skidmore/Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)

This week on The Ticket 2016: The different faces of the Never Trump movement. While much of the party leadership has gotten behind Donald Trump, there are still plenty of conservative voters who aren't sure what they'll do in November. KUT's Ben Philpott and the Texas Tribune's Jay Root will introduce you to several different representatives of different parts of the GOP to explain their hesitation.

Gage Skidmore/Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)

This week on The Ticket 2016: Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee, while on the Democratic side, the battle goes on. KUT's Ben Philpott talks with CNN commentator Paul Begala about what's left in that race and what's ahead for the Democratic nominee.

Screen shot courtesy of CNN

This week on The Ticket 2016: It's been just over a week since Ted Cruz dropped out of the Republican Presidential nomination race. He popped up over the weekend at the Kentucky Derby and headed back to work in the U.S. Senate. But what about his campaign staff? What's next for them? Ben Philpott talks with Republican consultant Deirdre Delisi about life after the party ends.

Gage Skidmore via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)

This week on The Ticket 2016: The Texas Tribune's Jay Root is out of town again, but there's still plenty to talk about. First, KUT's Ben Philpott will go over this week's Trump Sweep in the Northeast with Republican strategist Matt Mackowiak. Then, he'll dive into the waters of political candidate cybersquatting.

Pages