How progressive millenials are changing the game at the ballot box. And Bill Press talks with Adam Smith of Every Voice about getting big money out of politics.
This week, Miles Rapoport of the Kennedy School at Harvard on what we learned from the President’s ill fated voter integrity commission. Author and organizer Amanda Litman on recruiting progressive millenials to run or office. And Bill Press interviews Adam Smith of Every Voice on how everyday people can have a bigger voice in politics.
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Last year, Donald Trump established the Bipartisan Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity with a mandate to uncover widespread voter fraud. Less than half a year later, it was dissolved leaving behind not a shred of evidence to support the President’s bogus claims. Miles Rapoport has spent his career strengthening democracy and says the commission was a failure from the start.
Across the country, a record number of millenials are signing up to run for local office in the 2018 midterm elections. And for those with a progressive agenda, Amanda Littman is there to help.
Bill Press talks money and politics with Adam Smith of Every Voice.
What will the Trump mob kill next?