A podcast covering federal, state, and local politics from a Michigan perspective. We'll interview elected officials, candidates for office, and discuss current events in politics. New episodes every other Monday.
We'll talk about the racist origins of the Electoral College system and what could be done to change it. We'll also compare the popular vote to the Electoral College and the effect it has for voters in different states.
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In this episode, I discuss the results and implications of the 2020 general election with Lauren Jasinski, the Vice Chair of the Greater Royal Oak Democratic Club. We will talk about local, state, and federal results and what we can expect from here.
To help with the Georgia Senate special elections, visit: https://fairfight.com/
In this episode we discuss what community organizing is, how it relates to police brutality, and why local politics matter. We'll provide insight into how to get involved locally and what local elected officials to pay attention to.
In this episode, we'll hear a message from State Senator Mallory McMorrow. Then, Seth and I will discuss the upcoming election, what the polls say and how they compare to 2016, and the future of the Republican party.
In this episode, we cover absentee voting, election security, and what to do if you make a mistake on your ballot. I am joined by Royal Oak City Clerk Melanie Halas to answer questions voters have had and provide information about how to make sure your vote is counted! For more information, check out the Michigan Voter Information Center at: https://mvic.sos.state.mi.us/.