Have you ever loved a presidential candidate so much you are willing to fly to a different state and cheer them on? Shemia, Aunt Martie and Coop did just that. This episode was recorded entirely from Nevada during this month’s caucus. We get a closer look at the methods of communication used by volunteers and staffers. Plus, Aunt Martie gives us the lowdown on what it is like to be her hometown’s precinct chair, Coop tells us what things went right and Shemia shares what democrats could do to make future elections more accessible.
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[2:03] Initial on the ground observations of the events in Nevada
[6:35] Coop stares down a couple of Trump supporters
[8:33] Why Hillary should be president during the Joaquin Castro interview
[12:27] The undecided are getting a lot of attention but why haven’t they chosen by now
[14:24] Aunt Martie is the precinct chair at Caesars fo