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John Knefel explains how the outcome of the 2018 midterm elections was shaped by whether states acted constitutionally or not in ensuring that citizens’ voting rights were protected. He also urges…
Joe discusses a recent study exploring voting power by state and why we as voters should examine how unrepresentative our federal government is.
In Part II, Susan Ades Stone and Ranen Miao discuss The Proxy Project, major issues concerning young/potential voters, the power of young activism, lowering the voting age to 17, and more.
Susan Ades Stone and Ranen Miao join the show to discuss The Proxy Project, a unique voter registration initiative focusing on young and disenfranchised voters encouraging people to go to the polls.
John and Molly on Susan Collins, the confirmation of Kavanaugh, and John explains a new right wing meme.
John Knefel addresses the Supreme Court's recent decision to send gerrymandering cases back to lower courts after claiming that they do not have standing. If left unchanged, voting districts could be…
Despite ongoing concerns of Russian election meddling, John Knefel argues that the Republican party actually poses the biggest threat to voter rights, citing, among other things, the Supreme Court's recent decision to support Ohio's purging of voter registration rolls which disproportionately affects people of color and low-income voters. Molly and John Knefel are hosts of the longrunning progressive politics podcast, Radio Dispatch. Music featured in the episode: "Awake” by Tycho