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VOTcast

By Voters of Tomorrow
In a political news podcast for Gen Z by Gen Z, Ryan and Justin from the VOT team break down the weeks top stories and why they matter.
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Sad Fates and Bad Debates
Trigger Warning: this episode contains discussion about gun violence and school shootings. In this episode of the VOTCast, Ryan and Justin discuss the first presidential debate and the current, and long lasting effects of Donald Trump’s Coronavirus diagnosis. Finally, they have a conversation about gun violence in America and how Gen Z is affected by school shootings. Disclaimer: Views expressed by hosts and guests are that of their own and not those of Voters of Tomorrow.
41:40
October 6, 2020
Prom At The Polls
In this special episode of the #VOTcast, Ryan and Justin interview a panel of the young activists behind the youth voting initiative "Prom At The Polls."
22:38
September 26, 2020
Red Sky in Mourning
This week on the VOTCast, guest host Grace joins Ryan and Gaffney to discuss climate change, environmental racism, the recent fires and hurricanes, and current events including the death of the notorious Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. 
44:49
September 22, 2020
Not So Planned Parenthood
On this week's episode of the #VOTCast, Gaffney joins Ryan and Justin to talk about disparities in women's health care, abortion rights, Planned Parenthood, and voting 3rd party. Learn more at votersoftomorrow.org
46:56
September 14, 2020
Has Anyone Seen My Mail?
In this week's episode, Ryan and Justin discuss Facebook, Zuckerberg, a possible Coronavirus vaccine, the eviction crisis that America will soon be facing, vote by mail, and how Trump's attacks on the USPS will make it harder to vote.
59:50
September 8, 2020
Taking The World By Storm
Justin and Ryan discuss Hurricane Laura, the Conways, what future textbooks will look like, and BLM.
44:16
August 31, 2020