Republican Strategist Mike Madrid on Voter Psychology in 2020 and the Latino Vote
Though Vice President Biden is currently in the lead for president, there was tremendous support for President Trump across the country - and for other republican candidates. And those voters that are normally thought of as democratic voters did not all break for Biden. Despite four years of what many consider ugly rhetoric from the President, millions of voters did not elect to reject him. Why? What can be learned from this? and where do we go from here?
- Mike Madrid, co-founder of The Lincoln Project
CA Proposition 19 and 21
We discuss how the fates of Propositions 19 and 21 could affect the future of housing in California.
- Matt Levin, housing and data reporter for CalMatters and co-host of the podcast “Gimme Shelter”
L.A. County Measure J
Now that Measure J has passed in LA County, which will allocate more of the budget to social service programs, we discuss how that could impact things going forward.
- Priscilla Ocen, Loyola's criminal law professor
Coronavirus: Ask an Expert
Coronavirus cases are ticking back up in LA County and across the country. What do we make of these numbers - and what does the mean for further re- openings?
- Dr. Robert Kim-Farley of UCLA
Election LA Sports Donations
We break down how much sports team owners in LA spent during election.
- Maria Torres, LA Times Reporter