Elections in any democracy capture the zeitgeist of entire generation and nation. The midterm elections to be held in November in the USA this year will be contested on all 435 seats in the US House of Representatives and 35 of the 100 seats in the US Senate. Apple will help you keep abreast of the latest happenings around the elections.
Apple News has come up with 2018 Midterm Elections section for its users. A team of experienced editors will continuously watch what is happening in the country and will supply breaking news, exclusive highlights, and analysis from reliable sources. Readers can keep their eyes glued to For You tab in the Apple News app to catch relevant info on their favorite candidates from this new section. Moreover, they can follow other details by tapping Top Stories and Spotlight tabs.
2018 Midterm Elections: New Section in Apple News
Throwing light on this new section, Lauren Kern, editor-in-chief of Apple News said, “Today more than ever people want information from reliable sources, especially when it comes to making voting decisions.”
Kern also added, “An election is not just a contest; it should raise conversations and spark national discourse. By presenting quality news from trustworthy sources and curating a diverse range of opinions, Apple News aims to be a responsible steward of those conversations and help readers understand the candidates and the issues.”
Apple believes in circulating a set of curated news items as its team of editors always looks for a reliable source to seek news and information from a wide range of publishers.
So what is special about 2018 Midterm Elections section of Apple News? In a nutshell, this section will be a potpourri of news, views, comments, and analysis.
#1. Ideas and debate are part and parcel of any election, and therefore, Apple News presents a collection of opinion columns about burning issues of the nation.
#2. Issues related to local candidates; this will be covered under “On the Ground.”
#3. The coverage from Fox News, Vox and other publishers.
#4. “Election Now” – a dashboard from The Washington Post. This will highlight primary races by contextualizing important data like current polling, experts’ opinion and survey data on voter enthusiasm.
#5. A weekly briefing from Axios, showing analysis of the most important developments.
#6. Politico’s “Races to Watch”: this showcases a collection of races giving readers important themes and trends.
Note that the new section 2018 Midterm Elections is available to readers in the US and will continue through the elections in November.
What is your mandate?
Which app do you follow to get the latest information on 2018 Midterm Elections? I think Apple News is a way to go! Instead of browsing different apps and websites, this will be a single window to glance over the Midterm elections juggernaut.
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