Ellison Report April 12: Election Psychology; One Person, One Vote Ruling; National Black Voter Poll
The Ellison Report is a weekly journal of politics, policy, and the people.
PART I: David Rosen, founder of First Person Politics, guides us through the political psychology of the 2016 election – and why nothing about this cycle is really all that crazy … or surprising.
PART II: David Lublin, professor of political science at American University, offers analysis on the importance of recent “one person, one vote” Supreme Court ruling and what that means for the future.
PART III: Peter Groff and Keaton Nichols jumpstart the roundtable for a discussion on the state of Democratic primary (is Bernie really gaining momentum?), the state of the Republican primary (does Trump really have it wrapped up?) and the credibility of Black Lives Matter (do they need to address “Black on Black crime?”)
PART IV: Ric Militti, the Founder of Zip – The Question and Answer App, with WEAA’s Catalina Byrd, discuss the need for a National Black Voter Poll and what we’re about to do.