How to hold an election in a pandemic, with voting rights expert Ari Berman

Voting rights expert, and independent journalist, Ari Berman joins us to talk about the Wisconsin primary fiasco that took place this week, and more generally how we hold a presidential election in the Coronavirus pandemic.

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