Nerd alert. There is a “cool” (well, at least I think so) tool at the web site FiveThirtyEight.com that allows you to play with the way congressional districts boundaries are drawn. It shows the current district map and then seven alternatives based on tilting toward your party of choice (gerrymandering), geographic compactness, a desire for … Continue reading 435 Voices – Georgia-13th
Growth is a good thing. At least it is generally considered better than the alternative. Just last week on 435 Voices we heard guests from South Dakota and West Virginia discussing a challenge that faces many rural areas across the country, the brain drain that results from young people packing up from their small towns … Continue reading 435 Voices – Oklahoma-5th
Bill Craib talks with Dave Mistich, Senior Reporter and Statehouse Correspondent at West Virginia Public Radio on the 435 Voices podcast about the outcomes that matter most in his state heading into 2020 elections. Among the topics: the energy future of West Virginia, refuting stereotypes and diversity.
Bill Craib talks with Cara Hetland, Director of Radio News and Broadcasting at South Dakota Public Radio and Lisa Hager, Assistant Professor of Political Science at South Dakota State University on the 435 Voices podcast about the outcomes that matter most in the Mount Rushmore State heading into 2020 elections. Among the topics: The nature of the state's agricultural economy, what to do about the brain drain that pulls young talent out of many rural states and the diverse landscape of the...
September 4, 2019 This is the pilot episode of the new 435 Voices podcast, produced by Project to Find America. I hope you will enjoy it and subscribe using your favorite podcast player. Prezi Link mentioned on the podcast https://prezi.com/view/SY12Y88ArDuJjDHZgq71/ Music from https://filmmusic.io“Imagefilm 013” by Sascha Ende (https://www.sascha-ende.de)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)