How NBC News Covers The Georgia Runoff Election, With @NBCUAcademy

How nbc news covers the georgia runoff election, with @nbcuacademy

NBC News published this video item, entitled “How NBC News Covers The Georgia Runoff Election, With @NBCUAcademy” – below is their description.

Hear how NBC News is covering the runoff election, with from NBC News correspondent Blayne Alexander, senior political editor Mark Murray and senior national political reporter Sahil Kapur. Tune in Monday, December 5, 1pm ET to learn the steps they go through when they cover races. We’re answering your questions live so don’t forget to mark your calendar! Got questions? Tweet them to @NBCUAcademy.

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