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Two progressive Midwestern Moms talking politics, activism, feminism (and sometimes parenting) with expert guests. Wednesday episodes are longer thematic dives into a topic. Friday episodes are shorter profiles of inspiring activists and organizations.

Two progressive Midwestern Moms talking politics, activism, feminism (and sometimes parenting) with expert guests. Wednesday episodes are longer thematic dives into a topic. Friday episodes are shorter profiles of inspiring activists and organizations.
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Chicago, IL

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Two progressive Midwestern Moms talking politics, activism, feminism (and sometimes parenting) with expert guests. Wednesday episodes are longer thematic dives into a topic. Friday episodes are shorter profiles of inspiring activists and organizations.

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English

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773-683-3757


Episodes

0156: It Was a Blue Wave (11/14/2018)

11/14/2018
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Sophy and Kelly recap what happened in the midterm election, what surprised them, and whether it was a Blue Wave (spoiler alert: it was). And then Kelly does a preview of what to expect from Two Broad Talking Politics moving forward.

Duration:00:30:01

0155: The Women of the Resistance (11/5/2018)

11/5/2018
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Kelly speaks to six women who have been at the heart of the Resistance, on Twitter and off, about how and why they got started in activism, what they're watching in the election, and what's next. Featuring: Storm (00:45-12:15); Kaz Weida (12:33-22:23); Holly Figueroa O'Reilly (22:40-34:23); Jennifer Fisher (34:31-45:05); Tokyo Sand (45:22-57:21); and Amanda Blount (57:38-1:11:10).

Duration:01:16:31

0154: Melissa Dahman & Hadiya Afzal (11/4/2018)

11/4/2018
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Sophy and Kelly speak with two teens running for office: Melissa Dahman, 18, who is running for the Ohio Board of Education (00:45-16:20); and Hadiya Afzal, 19, who is running for DuPage County Board in Illinois (16:40-30:10).

Duration:00:28:57

0153: Joyce Vance (11/2/2018)

11/2/2018
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Kelly speaks with Joyce Vance, Distinguished Professor of the Practice of Law at the University of Alabama Culverhouse School of Law, and former US Attorney. They discuss the role of lawyers in protecting citizens' rights, Trump's talk of revoking birthright citizenship, Bob Vance's campaign for Alabama Chief Justice, and starting a new political party of knitters.

Duration:00:27:06

0152: Nick Knudsen & #WaveCast (11/1/2018)

11/1/2018
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Kelly talks with Nick Knudsen, Editor-in-Chief of DemWritePress, about #WaveCast, the grassroots Twitter-based broadcast of the Blue Wave.

Duration:00:18:27

0151: Utah with Jamie Carter, Tim Glenn & Robert Burch (10/31/2018)

10/31/2018
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Kelly speaks with Jamie Carter, a Field Organizer with the Utah Democratic Party (00:40-19-38); Sophy and Kelly speak with Tim Glenn, Democratic Nominee for the Utah House District 69 (20:17-42:25); and Kelly speaks with Robert Burch, Democratic Nominee for the Utah House District 30 (43:19-1:00:40).

Duration:00:56:46

0150: Gretchen Driskell & Cathy Albro (10/31/2018)

10/31/2018
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Kelly speaks with two Democratic nominees for Congress in Michigan: Gretchen Driskell in MI07 (00:32-18:22); and Cathy Albro in MI03 (19:00-34:38).

Duration:00:28:10

0149: Election Overview with Daniel Nichanian (10/29/2018)

10/29/2018
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Kelly and Sophy chat with Daniel Nichanian (@Taniel from Twitter), a fellow at the Justice Collaborative and a writer at The Appeal, about the 407 (and counting) things he will be watching on election night.

Duration:00:24:57

0148: Betsy Rader & Susan Moran Palmer (10/26/2018)

10/26/2018
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Kelly speaks with two Democratic nominees for Congress in Ohio: Betsy Rader in OH14 (00:36-18:05); and Susan Moran Palmer in OH16 (18:21-33:52).

Duration:03:15:04

0147: Kwame Raoul, January Contreras & Josh Kaul (10/24/2018)

10/24/2018
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Kelly and Sophy speak with three Democratic nominees for State Attorney General: Kwame Raoul in Illinois (00:32-16:26); January Contreras in Arizona (16:38-26:12); and Josh Kaul in Wisconsin (26:24-39:50).

Duration:00:53:09

0146: Elizabeth Bennett-Parker, Lindsy Judd & Luke Evslin (10/23/2018)

10/23/2018
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Sophy and Kelly speak with three Democratic Millennial candidates for local office: Elizabeth Bennett-Parker, running for Alexandria City Council in Virginia (1:13-15:21); Lindsy Judd, running for Washoe County Commissioner in Nevada (15:34-27:29); and Luke Evslin, running for Kauaʻi Council Council in Hawaii (27:42-44:05).

Duration:00:40:03

0145: Kylie Oversen, Dianne Hyndman & Tim Hoye (10/22/2018)

10/22/2018
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Sophy and Kelly talk to three Democratic candidates in North Dakota: Kylie Oversen, running for ND Tax Commissioner (00:40-19:12); Dianne Hyndman, running for ND House of Representatives in District 13 (19:26-32:23); and Tim Hoye, running for ND House of Representatives in District 45 (32:38-54:23).

Duration:00:28:53

0144: Schiller, Ghorbani, Ring & Martin (10/19/2018)

10/19/2018
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Sophy and Kelly follow up with some previous guests to hear some updates in their campaigns in these final weeks before the midterms: Jill Schiller in OH-02 (00:43-16:45); Shireen Ghorbani in UT-02 (16:55-38:09); Lisa Ring in GA-01 (38:19-53:52); and Henry Martin in MO-06 (54:02-1:09:00).

Duration:01:21:41

0143: Nancy Soderberg & Lauren Baer (10/18/2018)

10/18/2018
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Kelly speaks with two women running for US Congress in Florida: Nancy Soderberg in the Florida 6th (00:30-14:41) and Lauren Baer in the Florida 18th (14:56-29:22).

Duration:00:29:16

0142: The Politics of New Hampshire (10/17/2018)

10/17/2018
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Kelly talks the Politics of New Hampshire with Kayla Montgomery,the Advocacy & Organizing Director for the Planned Parenthood New Hampshire Action Fund (00:51-13:15) and with candidates Chris Pappas, who is running for US House in the New Hampshire 1st District (13:23-26:53) and Megan Murray, who is running for the New Hampshire House of Representatives, Hillsborough 22 (27:01-42:10).

Duration:00:42:32

0141: Mary Gay Scanlon, Kyle Horton & Mallory Hagan (10/16/2018)

10/16/2018
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Kelly speaks with three women running for US Congress: Mary Gay Scanlon in Pennsylvania 05 (00:28-16:25); Dr. Kyle Horton in North Carolina 07 (16:33-33:04); and Mallory Hagan in Alabama 03 (33:11-53:41).

Duration:00:54:00

0140: The Politics of Kansas (10/15/2018)

10/15/2018
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Kelly talks the Politics of Kansas with Vicki Hiatt, the Vice Chair of the Kansas Democratic Party (00:55-15:44) and with candidates Laura Kelly, who is running for Givernor (16:01-31:01) and Laura Smith-Everett, who is running for the Kansas House of Representatives in District 17 (31:18-45:36).

Duration:00:46:30

0139: Vote Her In with Rebecca Sive (10/14/2018)

10/14/2018
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Kelly speaks with returning guest Rebecca Sive about her new book, *Vote Her In: Your Guide to Electing Our First Woman President,* which will be available in bookstores on Tuesday, October 16.

Duration:00:55:05

0138: The Women of Washington (10/12/2018)

10/12/2018
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Kelly speaks with three of the women running as Democratic nominees in the state of Washington this year: Carolyn Long for US House District 3 (00:29-18:55); Lisa Brown for US House District 5 (19:07-35:03); and Jessa Long for State Senate District 6 (35:16-53:47).

Duration:01:46:18

0137: Kendra Horn, Jennifer Zimmerman & Jennie Lou Leeder (10/11/2018)

10/11/2018
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Kelly speaks with three women running for US Congress: Kendra Horn in Oklahoma 05 (00:26-18:11); Dr. Jennifer Zimmerman in Florida 01 (18:28-37:54); and Jennie Lou Leeder in Texas 11 (38:12-55:35).

Duration:01:08:51