Ellison Report Sept 2: Undercover Trump Voters; Presidential Debates; Problems with Voting Machines
The Ellison Report is a weekly journal of politics, policy, and the people.
PART I: Stefan Hankin of Lincoln Park strategies discusses the “myth” of the undercover Trump voter. Is there really such a thing?
PART II: Neil Malhotra, Professor of Political Economy at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, on whether media coverage of elections and partisan battles affect political attitudes.
PART III: Richard Perloff, Professor of Communication and Political Science at Cleveland State University, will discuss the presidential debate process, what it entails, the potential messaging and tone of each candidate and how the debates could impact the election as a whole.
PART IV: Pamela Smith of Verified Voting Foundation, discusses the ongoing problems with voting machines, recent revelations that Russian hackers may have compromised machines in key states and how that could impact the election.