Rick welcomes Alex Berrios, co-founder of MiVicino, a year round voter registration and engagement organization, to the podcast. Alex knows the ground game and in person game better than anyone else. He and Rick talk about all the dirty tricks played in Florida and nationwide to make it harder to vote. Alex knows the hispanic vote and what's needed to get hispanic voters to support a candidate. And Rick's pick for the list is a good one this week. Don't miss it.
Ken Harbaugh talks Lucas Kunce talks about why he thinks he's the right person to unseat "Corporate Country Club Republican" Josh Hawley in 2024 and why it's time Missouri voters turn their backs on Hawley.
The youngest generation of voters has made its feelings about the GOP clear at the ballot box: They're not fans. But how do they feel about the State of the Union after Joe Biden's first two years, and do they want four more?
This moment has the potential to shape American politics for decades. But for that to happen, Democrats need to drive home the message that Putin’s Russia is a threat to America and the GOP stands with Putin.
Will he run, and what does the answer mean for Democrats, Republican challengers, and democracy? Strategists Joe Trippi and Stuart Stevens talk Biden 2024 with host Lisa Senecal and her initial techical gremlins.
From inside the Trump Administration, this episode's guest, Miles Taylor, worked to oppose Trump. He joins Rick to discuss the political party he along with several politicians started after Taylor left Trump-world. Can a third party advocating for practical and common sense solutions chart a non-partisan path forward? And Rick adds another group to The Enemies List. Listen to find out who.