Ballpark Season 3

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    The Ballpark podcast Episode 3.4: The Lone Star State You Don’t Know

The Ballpark podcast Episode 3.4: The Lone Star State You Don’t Know

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As the midterms draw nearer, we’re zooming in on some of the most interesting races in the US. This week, we’re headed to Texas to learn about its uniquely individualist culture, what’s happening in its Senate race, and how the Lone Star State is poised to become an even more important player in national politics.

This episode features Peter Trubowitz, […]

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    The Ballpark podcast Episode 3.3: Healthcare politics and policy in Tennessee

The Ballpark podcast Episode 3.3: Healthcare politics and policy in Tennessee

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As a part of our State of the States season, we’re taking a look at some of the most important elections in the 2018 midterms, and this episode, we’re going to Tennessee, the volunteer state, to see how healthcare is impacting one of the most competitive Senate races in the country.

This episode features LSE Alumni Jason Burchard of RootNote, Amanda […]

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    The Ballpark podcast Episode 3.2 Arizona: Immigration politics in the Grand Canyon State

The Ballpark podcast Episode 3.2 Arizona: Immigration politics in the Grand Canyon State

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As a part of our State of the States season, we’re diving deep into the political landscape of Arizona, the Grand Canyon State, and taking a close look at how immigration is playing out in the US Senate race of this border state.

This episode features Susannah Crockford of Ghent University and Antonia Farzan (@antoniafarzan), Staff Writer at the Phoenix New […]

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    The Ballpark podcast Episode 3.1 Textbooks in Texas and Cars in California

The Ballpark podcast Episode 3.1 Textbooks in Texas and Cars in California

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This season, we’re taking a look at how the states influence and shape America’s politics and policy. The stories, the elections, the policies, the political ecosystems, the people of these places are what drives the national narrative. And so, this season, “The State of the States” will take us to some of the most interesting and divided places in […]

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