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Georgia has been the epicenter for the national conversation about who gets to vote and how those votes are counted. In the last few years, many changes have been made through the courts and the court of public opinion. Georgia Public Broadcasting political reporter Stephen Fowler walks through the ins and outs of how voting and politics works in Georgia, highlighting the good, the bad and the complicated.
 
People tend to pay attention to politics when there's a heated Presidential election happening. But what about all of those other names and items, just a little bit lower on the ballot? Down Ballot is a podcast that discusses government and politics on a local level.
 
If you’re slogging through a California ballot packet, we’re here to help! We’ll be posting pro-con debates on high-stakes ballot propositions, interviews with candidates for offices that will shape the politics of the state, and special reports on everything from voting rules to money in politics. Subscribe with Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, TuneIn, or by pasting this linkinto any podcast player.
 
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Go Behind The Ballot

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Go Behind The Ballot

Claire Campos O'Neal and Nichole Abshire

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Go Behind the Ballot is a podcast that asks questions and seeks answers about our political system. We engage with issue experts, political candidates and officeholders. We walk alongside our listeners who ask questions like ‘Why does our government run this way?’ and ‘What can regular folks do to have their voice heard?’ and ‘What do our politicians do anyway?’ and ‘How do taxes work?’ and ‘Who decides what happens in our schools?’ Co-hosts Claire Campos-O’Neal and Nichole Abshire, two Texa ...
 
In the digital era, information and the social media platforms used to spread it have become weapons of choice for those seeking to short circuit American democracy. Yahoo News' new weekly podcast Bots & Ballots explores the intersection of politics and technology as told by those in Washington, DC, and Silicon Valley trying to prevent a repeat of the infiltration of the 2016 presidential election. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Never Mind the Ballots is a podcast tackling the biggest political issues in Bristol. The show is hosted by Bristol Live's politics editor, Esme Ashcroft, who will be joined by a different politician and member of the public each week. Each episode will address stories from the past week, with guests offering their opinions and values.
 
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Attention Mentions: Candace: Blinkist, a learning app Claire: Tiny Habits by BJ Fogg and Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons on Hulu Nichole: Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies, and the Internet on Netflix Instagram: @hunterforaisd Facebook: @hunterforaisd Website: https://hunterforaisd.wixsite.com/my-site Join us as we talk to Candace Hunter about …
 
What is a green party? Where do they do best and who supports them? We look at this ever more relevant party family and break down their ideology, origins and supporters. From the Nordics to Mexico to New Zealand, this is a truly global guide to the greens! Please do rate and subscribe wherever you're listening and follow us on twitter @ballotworld…
 
This week's episode looks at the ongoing political crisis in Sri Lanka, and takes a closer look at how the race to replace Boris Johnson as UK Prime Minister has unfolded. In Sri Lanka, Gotobaya Rajapaska has resigned but the political and economic unrest continues. Can Ranil Wickremesinghe restore trust in the political system and begin to solve t…
 
Connect with Andru Ballota: @andru-ballota www.andruballota.com twitter.com/AndruBallota instagram.com/aballota mixcloud.com/AndruBallota/ tinyurl.com/Airborneradio play.spotify.com/artist/7ptqPIUtY…&utm_medium=open #AirborneRadio 090 Tracklist 1. Kx5 Feat Hayla- Escape (John Summit Extended Mix) [Mau5trap] 2. Chicane - Offshore (Kryder Extended Re…
 
Go behind the curtain with us as we discuss our experience attending a Public Education Townhall hosted by Rep. Vikki Goodwin. We watched her in action as she led a panel with Round Rock ISD Trustee and Vice President Tiffanie Harrison and Education Advocate Laura Yeager. Tiffanie Harrison provided a glimpse into the pressures facing Round Rock ISD…
 
Join us as we introduce ourselves and what you can expect from our show. We aim to demystify Texas politics one issue at a time. Mondays will be our interview episodes with experts in the field. Thursdays will be our reaction conversations. We begin with a Public Education series that explores the current state of education from the viewpoint of va…
 
On July 26th Tunisian’s voted in favour of a Constitutional Referendum that many suggest is largely a power grab by current president Kais Saied. This referendum was marked by very low turnout (a little over 30%), but a very high percentage of “Yes” votes among those who participated (94%). The opposition boycotted the referendum. Was this constitu…
 
Attention Mentions: Rep. Goodwin: While Justice Sleeps by Stacey Abrams Claire: The Girls Who Went Away by Ann Fessler Nichole: The Martha Mitchell Effect on Netflix; Usher Tiny Desk Concert by NPR and available on YouTube; The Bear on FX and streamed on Hulu Texas Representative Vikki Goodwin: https://vikkigoodwin.com https://www.facebook.com/Vikk…
 
This week's very special face-to-face episode looks back at last weekend’s Upper House elections in Japan and the downfall of Boris Johnson ahead of his pending resignation as Prime Minister. In Japan, amidst the fallout from Shinzo Abe’s assassination, Fumio Kishida’s LDP and allies now hold super majorities in both houses. Was the assassination a…
 
We're concluding our countdown of the world's electoral systems, this week looking at the top three. Who will come out on top? Which electoral system will be known for all time as the incontrovertible best? Tune in to find out. Follow us on twitter @ballotworld and please rate and subscribe wherever you're listening.…
 
This week's episode turns Sam and Chern’s attention to the United States, reviewing the 2021-22 term of the Supreme Court and taking an early look at this year’s midterms. As a seismic and consequential term for the Supreme Court comes to an end, this episode discusses the trends of the decisions and the behaviour of the justices. What are the stan…
 
This week we're embarking on an epic mission to settle once and for all what the best electoral system is. We survey a wide range of the systems in use and discuss their pros and cons, working our way up from worst to best. This week we get from the block vote all the way up to the single transferable vote, before leaving you in suspense for our to…
 
This week's episode looks back at two European election results – the French legislative assembly and the state election in the Spanish region of Andalusia. Juan Manuel Moreno and his Andalusian Peoples Party won a stunning majority and topped the polls for only the second time. How did the centre-right win in this traditionally leftist region? And…
 
This week we're catching up on two second rounds from elections we've looked at in the past few weeks. First, we return to Colombia, where Andres has been reporting on the ground, to hear about Petro's narrow victory. Then we go back to France where Macron's bloc looses its parliamentary majority, throwing the 5th republic into uncharted waters. We…
 
Bonjour! We're back in France taking a look at the first round of the French legislative elections that are following hot on the heels of Macron's reelection as President. We're unpacking where NUPE came from and why its posed such a danger to Macron, as well as the behaviour of the other parties and alliances in this contest. Because it's the Ball…
 
This week's episode looks at the new frontbenches in Australia as Albanese’s Cabinet is sworn in, and Peter Dutton begins his tenure as the leader of the Liberal Party. Sam and Chern dissect appointments and look into what portfolios suggest about the policy focus of the two parties. Were there any surprises in Albanese’s Cabinet? Will they regret …
 
Connect with Andru Ballota: @andru-ballota www.andruballota.com twitter.com/AndruBallota instagram.com/aballota mixcloud.com/AndruBallota/ tinyurl.com/Airborneradio play.spotify.com/artist/7ptqPIUtY…&utm_medium=open #AirborneRadio 089 Tracklist 1. Pantheon & The Journey - Run (Extended Mix) [Interfonic] 2. Franky Wah feat. Clementine Douglas - Surr…
 
Ontario held provincial elections last week, which saw the incumbent Progressive Conservatives win in a landslide. Their leader, Doug Ford, has been a populist figure with a controversial record. Also this week, the UK Conservatives held a vote of confidence in PM Boris Johnson, who survived, but by a fairly narrow margin. We break down what the re…
 
Colombia held its first round of voting for president last Sunday (May 29th) which culled the field of contenders to two candidates: Gustavo Petro who everyone expected would go on to the second round and Rodolfo Hernández whose victory is quite shocking. The fact that Gustavo Petro emerged as the highest voted candidate is already a sort of politi…
 
This week's episode primarily dives into the election results in Canada’s most populous province Ontario, as Doug Ford has led his Progressive Conservative Party to a second consecutive majority in Queens Park. It also features a dissection of the first round of Colombia’s presidential election. As Gustavo Petro and Rudolfo Hernandez prepare to fac…
 
This week's episode looks back at the results of last weekend’s Australian federal election where Anthony Albanese’s Labor Party has unseated the incumbent government led by Scott Morrison. As Labor celebrate their first election win since 2007, Sam and Chern dissect where the victory came from and whether it truly is a cause for triumphant celebra…
 
Australia's federal elections saw the ouster of Scott Morrison's Coalition government and major successes for third parties and independents. It also saw the return of the Labor Party under leader Anthony Albanese after 9 years in opposition. We're joined by Australian elections analyst Ben Raue to break down the collapse in coalition support and t…
 
This week's episode looks back at results from two German state elections in North Rhine-Westphalia and Schleswig-Holstein which have both been convincingly won by the CDU. In Schleswig-Holstein, Merkel’s old party fell just one seat short of an overall majority and they are in pole position to form a centre-right Government in Germany’s most popul…
 
Filipinos went to the polls on May 9th 2022 for an important general election, to elect president, vice-president, renew the House of Representatives, some Senate seats, and elect governors, and several local officials. The main headline is that a majority of voters in the Philippines elected Ferdinand Marcos, also referred to as Bongbong Marcos, t…
 
This week's episode looks ahead to next week’s Australian federal election where Scott Morrison is hoping to take the Coalition into a fourth term and a decade in power. After the 2019 shock result, Anthony Albanese is hoping that his Labor Party’s polling lead can be reflected in the eventual result. Sam and Chern assess the chances of each party,…
 
On 5th May Northern Ireland elected a new Assembly in a momentous contest which saw Sinn Féin become the largest party for the first time and the hardline unionist DUP loose a significant share of the votes. The elections come at a turbulent moment for Northern Ireland, with breakdowns in power-sharing and the fallout form Brexit. We're joined by P…
 
This week Welsh Labour and Plaid Cymru announced plans to dramatically reform the Welsh Parliament- the Senedd. These much needed changes, which would increased the Parliament from 60 to 96 and change the electoral system, have been met with change and controversy. We break down what these changes mean for Welsh politics.…
 
Connect with Andru Ballota: @andru-ballota www.andruballota.com twitter.com/AndruBallota instagram.com/aballota mixcloud.com/AndruBallota/ play.spotify.com/artist/7ptqPIUtY…&utm_medium=open #AirborneRadio 088 1. Dirty South & Jem Cooke - Shelter (Extended Mix) [Odd One Out] 2. Sied van Riel - Rush (Miss Monique Remix) [Black Hole Recordings] 3. Fer…
 
We’re discussing local elections held across England, Scotland and Wales last week, which saw heavy losses for the governing Conservatives and gains for the centre-left opposition parties. In Scotland, the SNP remained dominant and Labour returned to second place, and in Wales Labour scored a major victory as Plaid Cymru strengthened its hold over …
 
This week's episode looks back at results from across the UK, at both local elections in England, Scotland and Wales, and the Assembly election in Northern Ireland. In Northern Ireland, Sinn Fein have topped the polls and seat count, becoming the first nationalist party to do so in Northern Ireland’s history but doubts remain over whether a new exe…
 
Slovenia has been ruled in recent years by a rickety coalition headed by Janez Janša, who has been a mainstay of Slovenian political life its entire democratic history. Janša is an incredibly controversial figure, who has cuddled up to Viktor Orban and moved towards the radical right. He has a long history of personal corruption and abuse of power.…
 
This week's slightly extended episode looks both back at results from two elections in Europe last weekend – parliamentary elections in Slovenia and the second round of France’s presidential election. In Slovenia, Robert Golob’s Freedom Movement pulled off an astonishing victory, winning the highest seat total since the country’s independence. How …
 
We break down the second round of France's presidential elections, which saw a wider than expected victory for President Macron over far-right candidate Marine Le Pen. We discuss why this happened and what might be in store for Macron's second term and the upcoming legislative elections. Follow us on twitter @ballotworld and please rate and subscri…
 
This week's episode looks back at the results from the first round of the French Presidential election which will see Emmanuel Macron face Marine Le Pen for the presidency for the second consecutive election. It also features a breakdown of the recent constitutional crisis in Pakistan which resulted in Imran Khan’s ousting as Prime Minister. Why di…
 
On April 10th, Mexico held its first presidential recall vote to see whether Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) would remain in office or not. The turnout threshold of 40% was not reached, as only 17.8% of the voter’s roll turned out, which means that the results were not legally binding- in any case, 92% of voters who turned out voted for AMLO to …
 
With all eyes on the French presidential election we decided to dive deep into the nature of this unusual executive, which has a reputation for being extremely powerful but doesn't operate along the lines spelled out in the constitution. We discuss the origins of the position, the sources of its power and analyse the results of the first round of t…
 
This week's episode looks both back at results from two elections in Eastern Europe last week – presidential and parliamentary elections in Serbia and the legislative elections in Hungary. In Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic has easily won re-election as Serbian President, alongside his SNS party winning a plurality of seats in Parliament. What is the key …
 
Don't listen to this episode if you're feeling down! It's not going to be easy listening as we delve into the results of Hungary and Serbia's elections on 3rd April. In both countries the authoritarian incumbents Viktor Orban and Aleksandar Vučić scored new victories, despite unprecedented opposition unity and an ongoing cost of living crisis. We e…
 
Connect with Andru Ballota: @andru-ballota www.andruballota.com twitter.com/AndruBallota instagram.com/aballota mixcloud.com/AndruBallota/ play.spotify.com/artist/7ptqPIUtY…&utm_medium=open #AirborneRadio 087 Diplo & Miguel - Don't Forget My Love (John Summit Remix) [Extended] [Sweat It Out] James Hype - Say Yeah (Extended Mix) [Heldeep Records] Ja…
 
This week's episode looks both back at results from two elections in Europe last week – a regional election in the German state of Saarland and national parliamentary elections in Malta. In Saarland, the SPD won their first outright majority in a state election since Hamburg in 2011 and continues the success of Olaf Scholz after last year’s federal…
 
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