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Clay Aiken TimeLine 2020

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Clay Aiken Timeline for 2020. ldyj will try her darndest to keep this list up-to-date. If you see anything missing/incorrect, please PM ldyjocelyn!

  • February 10 -- USA Today publishes an opinion piece written by Clay entitled Clay Aiken on 2020 primary: Why I'm changing my vote from Joe Biden to Amy Klobuchar.  He's been very vocal about his support of Biden in the past, so this comes to a surprise to many.
  • February 25 -- Politicon announces that Clay will be the host of a weekly podcast on iHeart Radio called "How the Heck are We Gonna Get Along?"  The first episode is scheduled to appear on Thursday, March 5.
  • February 27 — Clay introduces Amy Klobuchar at a rally in Raleigh. 
  • February 29 -- Continuing with his support of Amy, he spends the day firing up volunteers canvassing for her in Raleigh.
  • March 2 -- Amy Klobuchar suspends her campaign, throwing her support to Joe Biden.
  • March 5 -- The first episode of "How the Heck are We Gonna Get Along" is available.  It's titled "Who Doesn't Like the Invisible Man," with guests Lauren Chen (Blaze TV), John Iadarola ("The Damage Report") and Matthew Sheffield ("The Theory of Change").
  • March 12 -- Second episode of the podcast, titled "Now Wash Your Hands."  Guests are Rick Wilson (political consultant), Jena Friedman (comedienne), Joel Stein (humorist and journalist) and Wayne Dupree (conservative blogger).
  • March 16 -- Due to the COVID-19 pandemic (and restrictions because of it), the National Inclusion Project announces that the April 18 Founder's Gala is postponed.
  • March 19 -- "How the Heck are We Gonna Get Along" airs it's third episode, "This is Actually a Wolf."  Clay hosts from Raleigh, while guests are across the country, with no live audience (as was the case in the previous two episodes).  Guests are Adam Carolla (podcaster), Congressman Ted Lieu (D-CA); Nayyera Haq (former Senior Director in the White House); and Joel Pollak (senior editor-at-large at Breitbart).
  • March 25 -- The fourth episode of HTHAWGGA (easier to writing it out now!) is entitled "Push Old People Into a Pit." It's a feisty episode.  Guests are Cenk Unger (host of "The Young Turks"), Jim Norton (comedian and host of "Jim Norton & Sam Roberts" on Sirius XM), Scottie Nell Hughes (host of "News Views Hughes") and Toure (host of "The Toure Show"). 
  • March 31 -- Two radio interviews promoting HTHAWGGA, WHO Radio in Des Moines, IA, and 1370, WSPD.
  • April 1 -- More publicity via radio for the podcast.  Today's stations are WMT (the Morning Show there) and 104.7 WONK FM.
  • May 28 -- Clay once again hosts the "Triangle Rising Stars" event in Raleigh.  It's the 10th annual event, held at the DPAC in Raleigh.

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