The science of electoral reform and what it matters for democracy and environmental justice. Plus Bill Press on who can beat Donald Trump in 2020.
What science has to teach us about fair elections and expanded voting rights. Plus what Democrats will do differently this time in the 2020 race for President.
Our guest this week looks at democracy as an engineering problem and says that the“science of elections” is an essential tool in making it work.
Still with us is Michael Latner of the Union of Concerned Scientists where he is the first scientist to receive an electoral system science fellowship under their Kendall Science Fellow program.
Bill Press talks with Xochitl Hinojosa , Communications Director at the Democratic National Committee about their strategy to win back the White House.
Should you have to pay to protest?