The Take: US election roundtable with Ray Suarez

Even without a clear winner yet, there is a lot to unpack from the US presidential election.

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A delegate looks at an electoral map at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. US on July 27, 2016. [File: Reuters/Charles Mostoller]

With key swing states still counting votes, the US presidential election is too close to call as of Wednesday evening.

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But there is a lot to unpack already and guest host and longtime Washington, DC journalist Ray Suarez joins The Take to talk through some big takeaways with reporters and editors from Al Jazeera — and what the path to victory could look like for either candidate.

In this episode:

Ray Suarez (@RaySuarezNews), journalist and author; Patricia Sabga (@patriciasabga), managing business editor, Al Jazeera; Steve Chagaris (@stevechaggaris), political editor, Al Jazeera; Zahra Rasool (@RXahra), editorial lead, AJ Contrast; Jennifer Glasse (@JenniferGlasse) Americas editor, Al Jazeera.

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Source: Al Jazeera