elections

Election Reform After Dark

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State Sen. Zellnor Myrie rejoins the pod to talk about his plans to make New York election reform sexy. And seven minutes in heaven is kid’s stuff, so listen to Katie Honan explain six minutes of grace and how she finally beat a ticket.

From FAQ NYC
On December 8, 2021
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Democrats Have Lost Nine Senate Seats in Close Contests Since 2012

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The populist economic message that kept Democratic voter turnout high in this year's Georgia Senate runoffs has largely been absent over the past decade of close losses.

From Sludge
On October 19, 2021
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Former ALEC State Chair Joe Manchin Continues to Do the Group’s Bidding

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Manchin echoes ALEC in calling the For the People Act too partisan.

From Sludge
On June 8, 2021
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After Assessing the Insurrection, Toyota’s PAC Donates to Election Objectors

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The automaker took just three weeks to assess the Jan. 6 riots before restarting PAC donations to Republican election objectors.

From Sludge
On April 13, 2021
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You Could Look Up Who Funds the Dumb Ads if HR 1 Passes

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House Democrats' reform bill would let anyone follow the money behind election ads.

From Sludge
On March 4, 2021
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DNC Finally Releases Rules for Next Week’s Chair Election

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Sludge obtained two memos sent by the DNC to national members outlining the election rules for the next party chair.

From Sludge
On January 11, 2021
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These Four States Can Kill the Electoral College

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The undemocratic institution may be closer to dead than you think.

From Sludge
On December 12, 2020
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