Politics
9:00 am
Thu March 7, 2013

Winning The White House In 2016

White House.
Credit Flickr Photo/Ivan Makarov

In an interview with Fox News earlier this week, Mitt Romney said that failing to reach minority voters was his biggest mistake of the 2012 campaign. What will it take to win the next election? UW Professor David Domke says winning over voters in so-called "carve-out states" — Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada — will be one key to victory. He joins us with rules of the road for winning the White House in 2016.

Also this hour: The National Transportation Safety Board is updating its investigation into battery problems on the Boeing 787 this morning. We’ll find out what they’ve learned and hear how Boeing’s planned fixes are moving along from Aviation Week senior editor Guy Norris. KUOW’s Marcie Sillman talks with Jess Van Nostrand of Capitol Hill nonprofit arts center The Project Room. Plus, we hear a voice in the coal debate from our reporting partners at EarthFix.

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