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Capitol Hill Broadcasters Compete in RTCA Runoff
Jason Donner, Ben Siegel and Kelsey Snell elected to committee, fourth position to be decided next week

Broadcast journalists on Capitol Hill will vote in a runoff on Dec. 19 for the final position on the Radio-Television Correspondent's Association. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

Runoff elections aren’t just for Mississippi and Louisiana — radio and television correspondents on Capitol Hill will vote in a runoff on Dec. 19 for the final position on the Radio-Television Correspondents Association.

Members of the RTCA, the primary organization promoting access for broadcasters on Capitol Hill, voted Thursday to elect the group’s executive committee. Seven candidates ran to fill four vacancies.

When Trump Calls, TV Still Answers
Live TV phone interviews with Trump continue despite widespread criticism

Donald Trump spent almost 30 minutes on the phone with the moderators of two major cable television networks Friday morning, dropping one-liners at Hillary Clinton's expense and repeating phrases from recent stump speeches.  

The live phone interviews, on "Fox & Friends"  on Fox News and MSNBC's "Morning Joe,"  continue a practice that breaks a long-standing industry rule and has attracted widespread criticism over the primary campaign.