Send a video message to Trump

Send a video message to Trump

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Donald Trump’s 100th day in the Oval Office arrives on April 29. At this traditional evaluation point of a presidency, please tell us what advice you would give the president as he tries to move his agenda forward. Use your smartphone or webcam to record a 20-second video.

Record your advice

Penn Station renovation: What fixes would you make?

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Tell us how you would improve the Penn Station experience

A major overhaul of Penn Station is in the works. LIRR riders are being promised an improved concourse in the existing station as well as a new concourse and additional access points in the Farley Post Office on Eighth Avenue.

Would you use a new train hall a block farther west than Penn? What needs to happen to make that work? What improvements to the LIRR concourse at Penn are most important to you?

Tell us what you think.

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Hillary Clinton is the Democratic nominee for president

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Did Clinton’s speech impact how you feel about her?

Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic presidential nomination on Thursday night.

After decades of watching Clinton on the national stage, most voters have made up their minds about her politics. Yet, throughout this week, speakers at the Democratic National Convention have tried to reintroduce Clinton to America.

What is the best case Clinton can make for herself?

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Donald Trump is the Republican nominee for president

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Donald Trump is closer to becoming the president. Readers told us how they feel.

Donald Trump accepted the Republican presidential nomination on July 21.

“I have a message for all of you: the crime and violence that today afflicts our nation will soon, and I mean very soon, come to an end. Beginning on January 20th of 2017, safety will be restored,” he said to the nation.

We asked readers if they share the vision of America Trump describes.


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What would you ask Donald Trump?

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Donald Trump says he wants to visit Newsday. What should we ask him?

Donald Trump has been on Long Island twice in the past few weeks – a rally in Bethpage and as the headliner of a fundraiser in Patchogue for the Suffolk County Republican Party. But the timing never worked out for him to visit Newsday’s editorial board as Hillary Clinton did.

However, Trump and the board connected by telephone Friday afternoon for a far-reaching conversation about the GOP front-runner’s campaign and his plans for running the nation if he wins the presidency.

We want to have your questions when and if Trump decides to visit later on in the campaign. By submitting a question, you’ll also be subscribed to The Point, the editorial board’s daily newsletter that takes you inside New York politics.

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Hillary Clinton is coming to Newsday. Tell us what to ask her.

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Our reader’s questions for Hillary Clinton

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton sat down with Newsday’s editorial board on Monday, April 11. We asked our readers what they would ask Hillary Clinton — their responses are below.

Read the full transcript of the board meeting here.


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Your election reflections

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Your election reflections

We want to know what you are thinking about in this incredible presidential contest. Has any candidate motivated you to register to vote? To switch your party? To make you vote for the first time in years? What issue is most driving your perspective?

Do the candidate choices excite or dismay you? Does talking about the presidential contest make you hopeful, or embarrassed? Are you disillusioned? Would you support a third party? Or none of the above?

Share your views on the 2016 campaign with us. Use the form below or email us a photo of your message.

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