Susan Page 1 minute ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 11:47pm Have you met your mother? https://t.co/00snJbfCvi Susan Page 3 minutes ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 11:45pm RT @dberrygannett: . @nicole_carroll tells students and young journalists at @washpressclub panel on COVID & Getting a Job. “If you have an internship hang on to it.” She also says don’t be scared, be aggressive and do your homework about the news organization you’re interested in. https://t.co/2mGkF2nDxB
Link to Image Susan Page 53 minutes ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 10:55pm @LawtonPaseka Upstairs! Susan Page 54 minutes ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 10:54pm @meg_heckman @washingtonweek@costareports I think there were a few studio vans around before COVID-19, but they definitely have become more common since then. (And having one parked at the curb has definitely improved my cred on the block.) Susan Page 55 minutes ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 10:52pm I've decided to take this as a compliment. https://t.co/wymv8uDM6R Susan Page 4 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 7:48pm Ready to go on @washingtonweek with @costareports from this cool curbside studio outside my house (!) >>> https://t.co/u19PZeopok
Link to Image Susan Page 4 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 7:25pm I once interviewed President Bush 41 in the Oval Office and didn't get much news, and he expressed concern that I hadn't gotten a good story out of him. Which was really, you know, my problem, not his. He was endlessly gracious. https://t.co/srDu8QzhsT Susan Page 4 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 7:23pm RT @washingtonweek: Don’t miss it! @ToluseO, @asmamk & @SusanPage join @costareports at the table tonight to discuss the last presidential debate between President Trump & Joe Biden, the 2020 campaign & the latest on Judge Barrett's nomination. Tune in at 8/7c on @PBS.https://t.co/vnR7cErNnH
Link to Image Susan Page 5 days ago:   Sunday Oct 18 - 2:51pm RT @bpmehlman: @SusanPage I’m ok with Republicans and Democrats disagreeing when ranking threats. What’s killing our democracy is their disagreement on basic facts.
There can be separate priorities. There cannot be separate realities. Susan Page 5 days ago:   Sunday Oct 18 - 2:46pm Perhaps not surprising that at this moment Republicans and Democrats can't even agree on what issues ought to matter most to our nation. Thanks, @bpmehlman.https://t.co/wQPz1jnN51 Susan Page 5 days ago:   Sunday Oct 18 - 2:43pm Thoughtful look at the sometimes counterintuitive impact the Trump era has had on women and feminism >>> https://t.co/7rnuBgD7Yt Susan Page 5 days ago:   Sunday Oct 18 - 10:17am 'Trump faces a problem unlike four years ago: The vast majority of voters – 95% or higher in most polls – say they have already decided who they're backing and can't be persuaded.' A look at the election landscape by my @USATODAY colleague @joeygarrison >>> https://t.co/xkCeMsuglA Susan Page 5 days ago:   Sunday Oct 18 - 10:14am How proud she must be of you, John. https://t.co/c8SSl0KHU9 Susan Page 5 days ago:   Sunday Oct 18 - 10:07am Could you please compare with the issues that voters say matter the most to them? https://t.co/gQTfnWId1W Susan Page 5 days ago:   Sunday Oct 18 - 10:04am "Of the 10 U.S. counties with the highest death rates from COVID-19, seven have populations where people of color make up the majority, according to data compiled by USA TODAY. Of the top 50 counties with the highest death rates, 31 are populated mostly by people of color." https://t.co/qmRDWiOGWV Susan Page 6 days ago:   Saturday Oct 17 - 8:26am Could the forces that are driving the presidential race--from COVID-19 to calls for racial justice--also shape elections for county commissioner and district attorney? A look down the ballot by my @USATODAY colleague @RebeccaMorin_ . https://t.co/y4IoLniy8K Susan Page 1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 7:04pm RT @ZerlinaShow: .@ZerlinaMaxwell: What was your reaction to the dueling town halls?
@SusanPage: "It was as though these two candidates lived on different planets." https://t.co/WO2WMpJ9eF
Link to Image Susan Page 1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 15 - 1:16pm @merrillcollege@sarahbishi@heyitsanika@USATODAY It was as though @heyitsanika and @sarahbishi were on stage next to me at the vice presidential debate last week. The #merrillcollege pair were half of the @USATODAY team of four journalists who helped prepare for it. Many thanks. (Our fourth team member: @lhorwich.) Susan Page 1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 15 - 11:17am 'In 1980, as in 2020, an unpopular first-term incumbent was struggling for reelection against not only his rival but the impact from a historic event that began overseas.' https://t.co/bSpHoMA8iM Susan Page 1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 15 - 10:11am @AamerISmad I'm not sure that Twitter is the best place to look for undecided voters, Aamer. : ) Susan Page 1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 15 - 8:18am Question: Has there ever before been such a significant disconnect between Americans' assessment of their own lives and the country's course? https://t.co/aXDbUQdHnZ Susan Page 1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 15 - 7:24am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
–Examining the legacy of the first Million Man March: Four men look back on the power and unity of the 1995 event.
–Home values falling in big cities due to COVID-19: As prices fall in New York and San Francisco, less crowded cities see a different story. https://t.co/OwgjDXoAlK
Link to Image Susan Page 1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 14 - 9:55am A remarkable remembrance about a remarkable woman: "We met in a chance encounter outside a bus, a campaign bus to be exact." https://t.co/Xo6ODnC92l Susan Page 1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 14 - 8:48am Why debates matter: Town halls are great, but only debates give voters a chance to hear from and take the measure of candidates side-by-side. A look by my @USATODAY colleague @djusatoday on what to expect from President Trump and Vice President Biden tomorrow night. @debateshttps://t.co/5Vz5o7cKfB Susan Page 1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 14 - 8:45am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
–How segregated housing fueled a deadly wave of coronavirus: Decades of discriminatory policy made a New Jersey area ripe for COVID-19.
–Why do so few Latinos play pro football? Despite a surge in Hispanic NFL fans, representation lags behind the nation. https://t.co/bUeyOKhC76
Link to Image Susan Page 1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 10 - 11:57am In one recent poll, a majority of U.S. adults said they believed the country was "on the verge" of a second civil war. A look at the political landscape, 24 days before Election Day, by my @USATODAY colleague @LedgeKing.https://t.co/ilc45gXXvw Susan Page 1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 10 - 11:52am CC: Bob Dole. There was a point during the 1996 campaign when congressional Republicans decided their presidential candidate was going to lose, and they began running for the hills. https://t.co/OLESMsiXHT Susan Page 1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 10 - 9:24am 'It feels historic, like the Manhattan Project.' Why my @USATODAY Network colleague Lindy Washburn @lindywa volunteered to participate in a clinical trial for a COVID-19 vaccine. https://t.co/IeOBm8TxrU Susan Page 1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 10 - 7:42am The latest on the #BreonnaTaylor case from my @USATODAY Network colleague Andrew Wolfson @adwolfson.https://t.co/5bJKbCSNGy Susan Page 1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 10 - 7:40am RT @CBSNews: Moderator Susan Page reveals one of the "big topics" missed during VP debate https://t.co/T5exk9DJrV Susan Page 1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 10 - 7:21am .@LaraLeaTrump spoke to my @USATODAY colleague Courtney Subramanian @cmsub while crisscrossing Pennsylvania aboard a hot pink bus emblazoned with the phrase 'Women for Trump.' https://t.co/46INHPa9Ns Susan Page 2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 7:57pm For @washingtonweek we are socially distanced in tv vans outside our homes across DC. Starting now! https://t.co/khby1656Oo
Link to Image Susan Page 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 8 - 9:12pm RT @LedgeKing: Moderator Susan Page hopes Mike Pence-Kamala Harris vice presidential debate was helpful for voters: 'That was the point' https://t.co/guhllUhmAi via @usatodayDC Susan Page 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 8 - 6:51pm RT @kansashistory: Susan Page, moderator of last night’s Vice Presidential debate, was born in Wichita, Kansas. Today, she serves as the Washington Bureau Chief at USA Today. She shared with us about Kansas’s influence on her career:
Link to Image Susan Page 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 8 - 6:54am At an important moment in our nation's history, it was the honor of my professional life to moderate last night's vice presidential debate. My thanks to the Commission for Presidential Debates @debates for the opportunity. Susan Page 1 month ago:   Monday Aug 31 - 9:14am @OKnox Wait, what? I thought Nibbles was your cat. Susan Page 1 month ago:   Monday Aug 31 - 8:01am Many thanks, Karen, but you know this really increases the pressure on me to actually finish the book. : ) https://t.co/kq5Q7HmIRZ Susan Page 1 month ago:   Monday Aug 31 - 6:44am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
–Leaders of change: Meet today's leading voices for civil rights
–Chadwick Boseman's strength of character was no act: USA TODAY's @CydHenderson shares what the actor meant to her as an on-screen hero and a real-life example. https://t.co/T9kCzcXFWh
Link to Image Susan Page 1 month ago:   Saturday Aug 29 - 10:41am Sad news: Bill Neikirk, a veteran of the @AP and @chicagotribune, has passed away at age 82. He was an award-winning journalist, the lyricist for some of the funniest satiric songs in Gridiron Club shows, and an all-round nice guy. RIP. Susan Page 1 month ago:   Saturday Aug 29 - 10:10am "She lived large." Yes, she did. RIP. https://t.co/p5o504seWO Susan Page 1 month ago:   Saturday Aug 29 - 9:50am The conventions reflected clashing visions of reality in the nation Donald Trump and Joe Biden are battling to lead. https://t.co/NQfkAXByji