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Tim Boyum Biography, Age, Wife, Spectrum, Education, Family

Tim Boyum is a political reporter and is the anchor for Time Warner Cable NC’s nightly program “Capital Tonight.” He is a reporter for more than 12 years and has covered the presidential campaigns of Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and John Edwards. The Washington Post mentioned him in its list of best state political reporters in 2015.

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Tim Boyum Biography

Tim Boyum is a political reporter and is the anchor for Time Warner Cable NC’s nightly program “Capital Tonight.” He is a reporter for more than 12 years and has covered the presidential campaigns of Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and John Edwards. The Washington Post mentioned him in its list of best state political reporters in 2015.

Tim Boyum Age

Boyum grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was born on 16th December 1976. As of 2018, he is 42 years. In addition to cheering on their favorite teams, Tim and his family enjoy attending North Carolina’s State Fair, where Tim shares in his children’s excitement of the many activities just waiting around every corner

Tim Boyum Wife

Boyum is a married man though he has not revealed more about his wife and children. With two children under the age of 10, Tim and his wife are kept quite busy. However, luckily for this Tar Heels fan, one of the Boyums’ favorite things to do as a family is to watch sports together.

Tim Boyum Education

He was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and attended Saint Cloud State University where he earned a degree in mass communication with an emphasis in journalism.

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Tim Boyum Career

Boyum worked for NBC affiliate station, KIEM-TV, in Eureka, Calif., and then joined the staff of Time Warner Cable NC (originally News 14 Carolina) when it first launched in 2002. He covered the John Edwards presidential campaign and the Democratic National Convention in 2004.

In 2006, Boyum assisted with the launch of Time Warner Cable’s weekly show about state politics called “Political Connections.” Two years later, he became weekday evening anchor and covered the 2008 presidential election season. He was able to have sit-down interviews with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and reported on the John Edwards campaign as well. He also covered that year’s Democratic National Convention.

Boyum retained his role of anchor and host when “Political Connections” was relaunched as a program shown five nights a week called “Capital Tonight” in 2012. That same year, he reported on both the Republican National Convention and Democratic National Convention.

As of December 2015, Boyum still serves as the anchor for Time Warner Cable News NC’s “Capital Tonight” program.

Influencers in American politics are power players who help get candidates elected, put through policy proposals, cause ideological changes, and affect popular perceptions. They can take on many forms: politicians, lobbyists, advisors, donors, corporations, industry groups, labor unions, single-issue organizations, nonprofits, to name a few.

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In 2015, Ballotpedia identified Tim Boyum as a top influencer by state. We identified top influencers across the country through several means, including the following:

  • Local knowledge of our professional staff
  • Surveys of activists thought leaders and journalists from across the country and political spectrum
  • Outreach to political journalists in each state who helped refine our lists

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He joined Spectrum News for the launch in 2002 from NBC’s affiliate station in Eureka, California, KIEM-TV. He currently hosts our nightly political show called Capital Tonight.

Tim started as a reporter in 2002, then eventually helped launch our weekly show Political Connections in 2006. He then promoted to weekday evening anchor in 2008 before taking on the role of developing and hosting Capital Tonight in April 2012.

As a reporter, Tim has covered Hurricane Isabel, the Michael Peterson murder trial, the 2002 Stanley Cup Finals and 2005 Final Four.

As a political reporter and anchor, Tim covered 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016 Democratic National Conventions, the 2012 and 2016 Republican National Convention, John Edwards’ 2004 and 2008 presidential campaigns and several gubernatorial and senatorial elections as well. In his role, he has also moderated debates for U.S. Senate, Charlotte mayor and all Council of State races.

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