State of Affairs After the Election
The Presidential election is down to the wire and we still have no clear picture on who might take the seat. Meanwhile, there are a number of close local races and some propositions have yet to be decided. Nationally, we will look at the state's that are still tight, especially our neighbor Nevada, and how that might be resolved and the surprising way the Latino vote came down across the country.
- Zach Courser, Co-Director of the Policy Lab at Claremont McKenna College
- Libby Denkmann, KPCC's Senior Politics Reporter
- David Wagner, KPCC's Business and Economy Reporter
- Franita Tolson, Professor of Law at University of Southern California
- Mindy Romero, founder and director of the Center for Inclusive Democracy (CID) at USC
Election: Criminal Justice Reform Efforts
There are two state props and measure J that deal with criminal justice reform - not to mention a tight LA County DA race that's considered a referendum on reform...so where are these races/ props tracking the day after election and what does it say about where voters minds are after months of protests over social justice reform.
- Priscilla Ocen, Loyola law professor who also served on the Sheriff's Civilian Oversight Commission