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NHPR to explore midterm election issues during live broadcast from Keene

NHPR will be broadcast live from Keene on Friday, November 4th morning edition and Everything considered. With the midterm elections on November 8 just days away, NHPR will examine issues surrounding the state of democracy and engage with members of the local community on issues affecting the Monadnock area and the state.

The event will be held on the first floor of the LP Young Student Center on the Keene State College campus. NHPR collects community feedback from people living in and around Keene on the issues that matter to them, which NHPR uses to shape the focus of its programs. Hosts Rick Ganley and Julia Furukawa will conduct live interviews during the newscasts.

There will also be a live NH News Recap in the morning at 7:45 am where reporters will discuss the latest political news in the final days leading up to the election.

morning edition airs weekdays from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Everything considered is broadcast on weekdays from 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m

Seating is limited and the Young Student Center will open to the public at 7:00 am and people are welcome to stop by between then and 7:00 pm to meet NHPR staff.

This project is part of the work of America Amplified, an initiative funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting to support community engagement journalism in public media. NHPR is one of 29 other public media stations across the country working to ensure eligible voters have the information they need to participate in the democratic process.

This is just part of NHPR’s effort to inform and engage voters this election season. NHPR also hosts a series of debates and interviews with front-runners, publishes policy statements, provides voter resources and more.

For more information on NHPR 2022 election coverage, please click HERE.

About New Hampshire Public Radio

NHPR is New Hampshire’s only statewide radio news service, broadcasting from 14 locations throughout the Granite State. Our award-winning journalism can be read and listened to 24/7 on NHPR.org by asking your smart speaker to “play NHPR.” NHPR journalists deliver local news, programs, newsletters and podcasts including Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Civics 101, Outside/In, Document, The Weekender, The Rundown, Primaryly Politics, The Folk Show, and the summary of the NH news. NHPR is the exclusive outlet for NPR news in the Granite State, broadcasting statewide weekly programs such as: The Moth Radio Hour, Wait wait…don’t tell me!, and This American life. Our vision at NHPR is that through trustworthy journalism, we enrich lives and build stronger communities in New Hampshire and beyond. Diversity, equity and inclusion are at the heart of our mission. We strive to build an inclusive culture that connects us to the communities we serve and to produce journalism and programming that reflects the diverse cultures, backgrounds and viewpoints of those communities.

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