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Trump-Clinton SoundOff: The Horse Race Podcast: Episode 11

The Horse Race political team is back! This week the team sounds off on Trump’s sexual assault allegations, Trump’s tweetstorms, Trump’s complaints of a ‘rigged’ election, and more! Episode 11. Listen in …

|Lima Charlie News Political Correspondents and veterans Michael Connolly (US Army), Brendan McKinnon (USCG) and Dan Webb (USAF) are back with ‘The Horse Race,’ Episode 11.

This week:

  • Is the Trump campaign in freefall?
  • Fallout from Debate #2
  • Trump’s sexual assault allegations
  • The Saturday Night Live kerfuffle
  • Trump tweetstorms
  • Trump’s complaints of a ‘rigged’ election
  • Electoral Map: What do the last 23 days of this campaign look like for the presidency?
  • Senate / House landscape: What is happening with the Senate, and is the House potentially in play?
  • Mike’s Will O’Malley interview
  • Lima Charlie articles of the week
  • Our most disturbing tweet:

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  • Beating Your Dead Hobby Horse … and more!

Episode 11 of the Horse Race is available on iTunes, or you can stream or download it for offline enjoyment.

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Wednesday, OCT19, Trump-Clinton Final Debate

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Michael D. Connolly, Managing Editor / Chief Political Correspondent, Lima Charlie News

Michael Connolly is a former Army Staff Sergeant who served in the Infantry, completing two combat tours to Iraq. He currently serves as the Director of Military and Veterans Affairs for the Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland-College Park. Michael is a member of the Truman National Security Project Defense Council. He graduated with an M.S. in Political Science from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Follow Michael on Twitter: @MConnollyLC

Brendan McKinnon, National Political Correspondent, Lima Charlie News

Brendan McKinnon is a Juris Doctor candidate at Boston College Law School. He previously served for ten years in the U.S. Coast Guard, including three afloat tours and one deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Brendan earned a BS in Government from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy and an MPS in Strategic Public Relations from George Washington University. He interned on the Capitol Hill staff of a Congressman while a Cadet at the Coast Guard Academy, has field and operations experience on additional Congressional campaigns, is a member of the Truman National Security Project Defense Council and a Mentor with Veterans in Global Leadership. Follow Brendan on Twitter: @BMcKinnonLC

Dan Webb, Political Correspondent, Lima Charlie News

Dan Webb is a former U.S. Air Force Airborne Systems Engineer on the RC-135 Rivet Joint aircraft. He completed three deployments to Southwest Asia in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom totaling over 1200 combat flight hours. He currently works as a software engineer for an Omaha based marketing agency. Previously he worked for the Office of Military and Veteran Services at the University of Nebraska Omaha where, as a student, he received his B.S. in Political Science with a minor in Economics. Additionally, as a student he completed internships for Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer and NE-2 Congressman Lee Terry. He also worked on current NE-2 Congressman Brad Ashford’s 2013 independent campaign for Mayor of Omaha, Ne. Dan’s interests include domestic economic policy, veteran’s issues, and national security. Follow Dan on Twitter | @DanWebbLC 

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