Reid Wilson

  • Republican U.S. presidential candidate Marco Rubio announces the suspension of his presidential campaign during a rally in Miami, Florida March 15, 2016.    REUTERS/Carlo Allegri - RTSAM7A
    March 16, 2016  

    Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump scored big victories in Tuesday’s primaries and hold narrow leads in Missouri, where the races have yet to be called. While Sen. Marco Rubio suspended his campaign after losing Florida, Gov. John Kasich was energized by winning Ohio. He and the other challengers soldier on. Judy Woodruff talks to Susan Page of USA Today and Reid Wilson of Morning Consult for more. Continue reading

  • Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (R) waves to the crowd as his rival Hillary Clinton gathers her papers at the conclusion of the Democratic U.S. presidential candidates' debate in Flint, Michigan, March 6, 2016. REUTERS/Jim Young  - RTS9L21
    March 9, 2016  

    After a surprise win by Sen. Bernie Sanders in Michigan, and an equally surprising surge of support for Donald Trump in the GOP, Judy Woodruff sits down with Reid Wilson of Morning Consult and Susan Page of USA Today to discuss new twists in a topsy-turvy election cycle. Continue reading

  • A combination photo shows Democratic U.S. presidential candidates Bernie Sanders (L) and Hillary Clinton (R) at their respective Super Tuesday primaries rally in Burlington, Vermont and in Miami, Florida. Photos by Brian Snyder, Javier Galeano/Reuters
    March 2, 2016  

    After scoring significant Super Tuesday victories, presidential frontrunners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are turning their attention towards the general election. Judy Woodruff sits down with Reid Wilson of Morning Consult and Susan Page of USA Today to discuss the aftermath of the nation’s largest primary contest and how the rest of the race promises to play out.
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  • January 11, 2012  

    The race for the Republican presidential nomination turned to South Carolina Wednesday, where the field of presidential hopefuls took aim at frontrunner Mitt Romney. Gwen Ifill discusses the politics of the Palmetto State with Reid Wilson of National Journal’s Hotline and Clemson University’s David Woodard. Continue reading