Episode 78: Election Debrief, Part II


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Today’s episode picks up where we left off last week, with Part II of our election debrief. First, Lindsay Langholz and Jeanne Hruska take a look at the ballot measures that voters weighed in on in 2022 and the potential for future progressive wins using this powerful tool. Second, Lindsay speaks with Marcia Johnson-Blanco and Anna Chu on election protection efforts. Given the wave of voter suppression laws passed in 2021 and 2022, election protection experts had their work cut out for them, and we hear how it went.

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Today's Host: Jeanne Hruska, Sr. Advisor for Communications and Strategy

Guest: Lindsay Langholz, ACS Senior Director of Policy and Program

Guest: Marcia Johnson-Blanco, Co-Director, Lawyers’ Committee’s Voting Rights Project

Guest: Anna Chu, Executive Director of We the Action

Link: "What wins for Medicaid and the minimum wage mean for the future of ballot initiatives," by Dylan Scott

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