This edition: Outcomes 2018: What Comes After the Elections?Tweet
Original tape date: December 5, 2018.
First aired: December 11, 2018.
Moderator Bob Liff and a panel of observers discuss the 2018 midterm election results in the Congress, as well as the results in New York State. What do the results mean for politics and policy-making in Washington, DC and in Albany? Will we see serious redistricting and voting reform in the nation and more locally? Do the results in 2018 portend any possible political outcomes in 2019 and in 2020?
Featured Panelists: Professor Gloria Browne-Marshall, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Joseph Viteritti, Professor and Chair, Department of Urban Policy and Planning, Hunter College, CUNY; Ben Max, Executive Editor, Gotham Gazette
Gloria Browne-Marshall Professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice/CUNY
Ben Max Executive Editor, Gotham Gazette
Tanya Melich Co-Founder, National Women's Political Caucus
Dr. Joseph P. Viteritti Professor and Chair, Department of Urban Policy and Planning, Hunter College/CUNY
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