On Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 7PM to 10PM EST, Breitbart News Executive Chairman and host Stephen K. Bannon will be be discussing the upcoming November 4 elections–the critical races to watch, the most important issues for the candidates, and much more. Texas Senator Ted Cruz will be coming on the show LIVE from Alaska, where he is campaigning for Dan Sullivan, the Republican challenger to Democratic Sen. Mark Begich.
Bannon will speak to Jenny Beth Martin, the co-founder and president of Tea Party Patriots, about what issues the Tea Party is focusing on and what kind of impact it will have on election day. Brian Baker, the Executive Director of Ending Spending–one of the most aggressive PACs in this cycle–will also come on the show to talk about things to watch on Tuesday.
Craig Robinson, founder of the influential blog “The Iowa Republican,” will talk about his coverage of the most important races.
Fox New analyst Pat Caddell will come on the show to give insight into how the elections will play out.
Stephen Miller, senior aide to Senator Jeff Sessions, will come on the show.
Political scientist William Voegeli will come on to talk about his new book, The Pity Party, which is a critique of the politics of liberal compassion–and why liberals’ lack of interest in the results of their policies renders them unfit to govern. His book will be released on election day, November 4.
Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow, along with Breitbart editor Katie McHugh, and Breitbart contributors Matt Boyle, Kerry Picket, and Mike Leahy will come on the program to give their insight into the upcoming elections. Picket will come on the program LIVE from Georgia and Boyle will come on LIVE from New Hampshire. Breitbart TV editor Jeff Poor will come on the program to talk about how the media is covering the races.
Bannon will also interview Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade on his book, George Washington’s Secret Six, a history of George Washington’s Revolutionary War spy ring that war critical to American victory in the war against Great Britain.