On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
Election Day is just two weeks way, and Washingtonians across the region are preparing to cast ballots. Not all of them, though, are voting for Democrats or Republicans. We check in with representatives from the Libertarian and Green Party, and find out why the D.C. Metro branch of the Democratic Socialists of America is running candidates for Advisory Neighborhood Commissions in Washington, D.C.
Produced by Mark Gunnery
- Margaret Flowers Co-chair of the national Green Party; Member of the Maryland Green Party Coordinating Committee
- John Vaught LaBeaume Libertarian political strategist who directed campaigns for Virginia gubernatorial candidates in 2013 and 2017; @JVLaB
- Zach Eldredge Organizer for the ANC campaign for the Metro D.C. Democratic Socialists of America; @zeldredge
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