An Oakland Ballot Initiative That Could Inspire The Nation

    Season 4, Episode 59 | Nov 4, 2022
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    An Oakland Ballot Initiative That Could Inspire The Nation
    Adam Eichen speaks with Jonathan Mehta Stein (Executive Director of California Common Cause) and Vernetta Woods (IVE Team leader at Oakland Rising Action). They discuss the innovative fair elections initiative that will appear on this year’s midterm ballot in Oakland and how it could inspire similar efforts across the nation. They also speak about what keeps them from burning out, even during an intensive ballot initiative campaign.

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