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Devils Advocate Archive 2014

2014 Show Archive

January 3rd (Re-aired on the 6th) – The Women of Independence Speak Their Minds

The women of the Independence Institute (Amy Oliver Cooke, Linda Gorman, Pam Benigno, and Raaki Garcia-Ulam) join host Jon Caldara to discuss women’s issues in Colorado. Topics include health care, energy, regulations, debt, and how to make liberty cool with your average woman.

Watch the episode here.


January 10th (Re-aired on the 13th) –

2014 Legislative Session Begins: What Should Colorado Expect?

Fox31’s Eli Stokols and the Denver Post’s Lynn Bartels joins host Jon Caldara to discuss the “high school” shenanigans that happens down at the state capitol building.

Watch episode here.


January 17th (Re-aired on the 20th) –

Debtor’s Prisons Still Going Strong

Denise Maes from the ACLU of Colorado sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss the continuation of debtor’s prisons. Should nonviolent offenders be sent to prison if they cannot pay a fine or debt?

Watch episode here.

Sen. Mark Udall lied about Obamacare? No way!

Political consultant Laura Carno has created the website UdallLied.com to expose the ways in which Senator Mark Udall helped encourage the whole Obamacare debacle.

Watch episode here.


January 24th (Re-aired on the 27th) –

Catching Up with Colorado’s 2014 Legislative Session

The Grand Junction Sentinel’s Charles Ashby and the AP’s Ivan Moreno join host Jon Caldara to discuss the latest comings and goings down at the state capitol.

Watch episode here.


January 31st (Re-aired on Feb. 3rd) –

Rob Natelson on Obama’s Recess Appointments

Constitution scholar Rob Natelson sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss what the Constitution says about the president’s power to make appointments during “recess.” Have Obama’s recess appointments been constitutional?

Watch episode here.

The Denver Post’s Jeremy Meyer Tells Ethan Saylor’s Story

Denver Post writer Jeremy Meyer sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss the tragic story of Ethan Saylor. Ethan was was a 26 year old with Down syndrome who was killed by deputies after a confrontation in a movie theater.

Watch episode here.


February 7th (Re-aired on the 10th) –

Amy Oliver Cooke and Lori Saine on Energy Policy

Independence Institute Energy Policy Director Amy Cooke and Rep. Lori Saine join host Jon Caldara to talk energy policy. How has the increased renewable energy mandate affected rural Colorado? How bad has the war on rural Colorado gotten?

Watch episode here.

Investigative Reporter Todd Shepherd on the Udall – DORA Flap

CompleteColorado.com investigative reporter Todd Shepherd joins host Jon Caldara to discuss the Senator Mark Udall and Colorado’s Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) flap. Did the Udall office try to pressure the agency into a more favorable report? Can Udall distance himself from Obamacare? The story didn’t end when an “objective” panel cleared Udall of any wrongdoing. Find out what happened next.

Watch episode here.


February 14th (Re-aired on the 17th) –

Auditing the State of Colorado

Denver Post reporter Joey Bunch joins host Jon Caldara to talk about how the state of Colorado’s departments and services get audited. What happens after an audit is conducted? Does the department have to shape up or ship out? What if they don’t want to comply?

Watch episode here.

Richard Bratten on Principles of Liberty

Richard Bratten from Principles of Liberty joins host Jon Caldara to discuss the mission and purpose of POL.

Watch episode here.


February 21st (Re-aired on the 24th) –

Creating Colorado’s Rural Caucus

Rep. Tim Dore and Sen. Mary Hodge join host Jon Caldara to discuss the reasons why they felt compelled to create Colorado’s first rural caucus. Can rural Colorado be better represented at the Capitol in this way?

Watch episode here.

Colorado’s Tax Exemptions, Deductions, and Credits

The Colorado Fiscal Institute’s Tim Hoover joins Jon Caldara to discuss Colorado’s tax policy. What’s the difference between a tax exemption, deduction, and credit? Why do we give tax breaks to bull semen production?

Watch episode here.


February 28th (Re-aired March 3rd) –

The Denver Post’s GOP Governor’s Debate

Denver Post Politics editor Chuck Plunkett recaps the debate he moderated between GOP hopefuls for Colorado governor. Who had a great night? Who took the worst of it? Who has the best shot at beating incumbent Governor John Hickenlooper?

Watch episode here.

Jay Ambrose on Losing the War on Poverty

McClatchy Syndicated columnist Jay Ambrose sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss President Lyndon Johnson’s ‘War on Poverty,’ 50 years later. What could have LBJ done differently to fight a more effective war on poverty? What have we learned from this half-century fight?

Watch episode here.


March 7th (Re-aired on the 10th) – 

Reporters Talk Colorado’s 2014 Election Year

CBS4Denver reporter Shaun Boyd and the Denver Post’s Lynn Bartels join host Jon Caldara to discuss Colorado’s big 2014 election year. Cory Gardner jumped into the US Senate race and shook everything up, but will he beat Udall? CD4 and the governor’s race is also anyone’s game come November.

Watch episode here.

Breaking Down Aurora’s Gaylord Hotel Project

Brandon Johansson from the Aurora Sentinel and Aldo Svaldi from the Denver Post join host Jon Caldara to discuss the ins and outs of the Gaylord Hotel project in Aurora.

Watch episode here.


March 14th (Re-aired on the 17th) –

Randal O’Toole on Transportation, Central Planning, Corporate Welfare, and RTD

Transportation expert and Cato scholar Randal O’Toole joins host Jon Caldara to discuss a grab bag of topics: Transportation, mixed-use projects, RTD, FasTracks, corporate welfare schemes, and more.

Watch episode here.


March 21st (Re-aired on the 24th) –

Part 1: Exploring an Article V Convention for Proposing Amendments

How can we rein in Congress when it can’t or won’t rein in itself? We can use an Article V convention for proposing amendments. This is where states get together to propose amendments to our Constitution. Can this work to help rein in our out of control federal government?

Watch episode here.

Colorado’s Ethics Commission: How Does it Work?

Colorado Statesman columnist Miller Hudson and Deputy Colorado Secretary of State Suzanne Staiert join host Jon Caldara to talk about Colorado’s Independent Ethics Commission. How does it work? Is it fair and ethical?

Watch episode here.


March 28th (Re-aired on the 31st) – 

TABOR Goes to Court: A Legal Analysis

Senior Fellow in Constitutional Jurisprudence Rob Natelson joins host Jon Caldara to discuss the Colorado Taxpayers Bill of Rights (TABOR) going to court.

Watch episode here.

Sen. Mark Udall’s Ties to Obamacare

Dustin Zvonek from Americans for Prosperity sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss Senator Mark Udall’s upcoming battle with challenger Cory Gardner. Republicans are hoping they can continue to pin Obamacare on Senator Udall’s vote and assurance that if you like your doctor you can keep them.

Watch episode here.


April 4th (re-aired on the 7th) –

Denver Post Up for Sale, Recall Election Changes, Budget Debate

Ed Sealover from the Denver Business Journal and Megan Schrader from the Colorado Springs Gazette join host Jon Caldara to discuss the latest hot topics from Colorado politics.

Watch episode here.


April 11th (re-aired on the 14th) –

Jon Haubert on Hydraulic Fracturing in Colorado

Jon Haubert from Coloradans for Responsible Energy Development (CRED) joins host Jon Caldara to discuss fracking in Colorado. Why are so many opposed to it and what sort of reason and evidence might change their mind?

Watch episode here.

The Ethics Violation Charge Against Governor Hickenlooper

Compass Colorado’s Kelly Maher joins host Jon Caldara to discuss the ethics investigation into Colorado governor John Hickenlooper. Show aired April 11, 2014.

Watch episode here.


April 18th (re-aired on the 21st) –

Transparency and Public Information in Colorado

Susan Greene from the Colorado Independent and Jeff Roberts from the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition join host Jon Caldara to discuss the importance of access to public information and government transparency.

Watch episode here.

Initiatives and Referendums in Colorado

It seems like every year the Colorado legislature attempts to weaken the initiative and referendum process. Why? Because initiatives give the people a chance to make changes that state government won’t. It usually serves as a check against government power. Elena Nunez from Common Cause and Dennis Polhill from the Independence Institute join host Jon Caldara to discuss why both sides of the political spectrum get behind the initiative and referendum process to the dismay of Colorado’s political elite.

Watch episode here.


April 25th (re-aired on the 28th) –

Making a Difference: The arc thrift store mission

Community relations director Frances Owens and President/CEO of arc Thrift Stores Lloyd Lewis join host Jon Caldara to discuss arc’s mission and how the work they do helps make a difference in Colorado.

Watch episode here.


May 2nd (re-aired on the 5th) – 

Forcing Landlords to Give Out Voter Registrations?

Westminster city council gave preliminary approval to scheme where landlords would have to give out voter information packets to all their tenets. Joining host Jon Caldara to discuss this are Elena Nunez of Common Cause and Stephanie Avery of the Apartment Association.

Watch episode here.

Local News in the Digital Age

Editor and founder of CompleteColorado.com Todd Shepherd and Colorado Public Television’s Dominic Dezzutti join host Jon Caldara to discuss local news delivery in the digital age.

Watch episode here.


May 9th (re-aired on the 12th) –

One on One with former Governor Dick Lamm

Host Jon Caldara sits down with former Governor Dick Lamm to talk about the future of Colorado and more generally, the future of America. Governor Lamm also talks about changing his mind over time, the new political landscape in Colorado, and our initiative and referendum process.

Watch episode here.


May 16th (re-aired on the 19th) –

Colorado Legislative Session Review

Host Jon Caldara sits down with Kristen Wyatt from the Associated Press and Eli Stokols of Fox 31 to wrap-up Colorado’s 2014 legislative session. Who were the big winners? The big losers? Do we need a special session?

Watch episode here.


May 23rd (re-aired on the 26th) –

One on One with Candidate for Governor Tom Tancredo

Host Jon Caldara sits down with 2014 Colorado candidate for governor Tom Tancredo.

Watch episode here.

One on One with Candidate for Governor Bob Beauprez

Host Jon Caldara sits down with Colorado candidate for governor Bob Beauprez.

Watch episode here.


May 30th (re-aired June 2nd) –

One on One with Candidate for Governor Mike Kopp

Host Jon Caldara sits down with candidate for Colorado governor Mike Kopp.

Watch episode here.

One on One with Candidate for Governor Scott Gessler

Host Jon Caldara sits down with candidate for Colorado governor Scott Gessler.

Watch episode here.


June 6th (re-aired on the 9th) –

The ins and outs of Political Polling with Magellan Strategies

CEO of Magellan Strategies David Flaherty sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss the ins and outs of political polling in Colorado.

Watch episode here.

The Last Drive-in Movie Theater in Metro Denver

Owner of the 88 Drive-In Theater Susan Kochevar sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss what it’s like operating the last standing drive-in movie theater in all of metro Denver.

Watch episode here.


June 13th (re-aired on the 16th) –

Reporting the News: How it’s Changed and Where it’s Going

Alan Gottlieb from Chalkbeat.org and Diane Carman from HealthNewsColorado.org join host Jon Caldara to discuss the changing face of reporting the news in Colorado. We used to be a two newspaper town, now we have fewer newspapers but more blogs reporting than ever before.

Watch episode here.

Will Colorado Have a Special Session on Fracking?

Megan Schrader from the Colorado Springs Gazette and Cathy Proctor from the Denver Business Journal join host Jon Caldara to discuss the possibility of having a special session this summer to address energy issues in general and hydraulic fracturing specifically.

Watch episode here.


June 20th (re-aired on the 23rd) –

Becoming American Institute President Linda Chavez

Former Reagan official Linda Chavez sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss legal verses illegal immigration, English as Colorado’s official language, DREAM Act, and amnesty.

Watch episode here.


June 27th (re-aired on the 30th) –

2014 Colorado Primary Recap

Colorado Independent columnist Mike Littwin and Colorado Springs Gazette editorial page editor Wayne Laugesen join host Jon Caldara to discuss the big Republican primary to take on Governor Hickenlooper. Also, what are Cory Gardner’s chances to beat incumbent Senator Mark Udall.

Watch episode here.


July 4th (re-aired on the 7th) –

The Inside Scoop on the Marijuana Industry

Duncan Cameron and Steve Spinosa from Denver dispensary Good Chemistry join host Jon Caldara to discuss the grow and retail side of the burgeoning Colorado marijuana industry.

Watch episode here.

Why Can’t Government Keep Track of its Emails?

Todd Shepherd and Michael Sandoval from the news website CompleteColorado.com join host Jon Caldara to discuss various government agencies “losing” emails. How can that be? Can you ever really lose an email for good?

Watch episode here.


July 11th (re-aired on the 14th) –

Complete Colorado Columnist Peter Blake

CompleteColorado.com columnist Peter Blake sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss his 40 year career in journalism. What was it like working for the great Rocky Mountain News? What are the biggest changes in journalism over the last 4 decades?

Watch episode here.

Dave Kopel on the Legal Battle Against Colorado’s Gun Laws

Attorney for the sheriffs fighting the new anti-gun laws Dave Kopel sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss the result of the first legal battle against the Mayor Bloomberg written anti-gun laws.

Watch episode here.


July 18th (re-aired on the 21st) –

How’s Broadcast News Going These Days?

Justin Sasso of the Colorado Broadcasters Association and Jerry Raehal of the Colorado Press Association join host Jon Caldara to discuss the state of broadcasting and printing news these days.

Watch episode here.

Recycling Billboards

Jerry Wheeler from Billboard Ecology sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss his company that has been recycling old billboards since 2007.

Watch episode here.


July 25th (re-aired on the 28th) –

The Craft Distillery Boom in Colorado

Colorado’s known for craft breweries and pot, but did you know Colorado has a thriving craft distillery industry? Rob Masters from Spring 44 Distilling and Kristian Naslund from Dancing Pines Distillery join host Jon Caldara to talk whiskey, bourbon, and the good and bad of being in a growth industry.

Watch episode here.

What Does Denver Have to do with Immigrant Kids Coming Across the Border?

The Denver Post’s Jon Murray and the Washington Times’ Valerie Richardson sit down with host Jon Caldara to discuss the flood of immigrant children coming across the border and what it has to do with Denver.

Watch episode here.


August 1st (re-aired on the 4th) –

How Government Regulations Threaten an 18 year old Business

Owner of The Colorado Sightseer, Heath Fuehrer, sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss how government regulations are threatening to shut down his business of 18 years.

Watch episode here.

What has Craig Silverman Been Up To?

Iconic radio show host Craig Silverman (formerly of the Caplis & Silverman Show) had been out of the radio game for a little while before he got picked up by 710 KNUS. What did Craig do in between gigs? What’s the future look like?

Watch episode here.


August 8th (re-aired on the 11th) –

Covering the Local News with 9News Anchor Kyle Clark

9News anchor Kyle Clark sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss what life is like behind the scenes at 9News.

Watch episode here.

The Governor Hickenlooper and Jared Polis Fracking Deal

Energy Policy Center director Amy Oliver Cooke sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss the latest in a long saga over hydraulic fracturing (fracking) in Colorado. What deal did Governor Hickenlooper strike with Jared Polis? How will that deal affect November elections?

Watch episode here.


August 15th (re-aired on the 18th) –

Dealing with Down Syndrome in the 21st Century

Michelle Sie Whitten from the Global Down Syndrome Foundation and host Jon Caldara discuss their experience being parents to a child with Down syndrome and some of the political implications facing folks with Downs.

Watch episode here.

How Blended Learning is Innovating in the Classroom

Tony Lewis from the Donnell-Kay Foundation and Krista Kafer from the Independence Institute join host Jon Caldara to discuss how blended learning is helping to innovate in the classroom and continue the progress school reformers have made over the years.

Watch episode here.


August 15th (re-aired on the 18th) –

One on One with Candidate for Governor Bob Beauprez

Colorado Republican candidate for governor Bob Beauprez sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss life on the campaign trail, how he would lead our great state, and why it’s fair to tie current Governor Hickenlooper to President Obama.

Watch episode here.


August 22nd (re-aired on the 25th) –

Tackling the Douglas County School Choice Lawsuit

Independence Institute education policy analysts Ben DeGrow and Ross Izard talk about the Douglas County Choice Scholarship Program (CSP) and where it stands in the courts. They highlight some of the arguments for the CSP and key design advantages that they helped to make in a joint amicus brief with the Friedman Foundation for Educational Choice. The amicus brief refuted weak claims put forward by the Colorado Education Association and the American Federation of Teachers.

Watch episode here.

The Women’s Guide to How Men Think

Clinical psychologist Shawn Smith sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss his new book, “The Women’s Guide to How Men Think,” based on years of experience counseling couples.

Watch episode here.


August 29th (re-aired on Sept 1st) –

It’s Not Election Day, It’s Election Month in Colorado

Jon Caldara sits down with reporters Eli Stokols from Fox31 and Kristen Wyatt from the Associated Press to discuss the upcoming races this November in Colorado. Remember, with mail-in ballots and early voting, it’s not election day anymore, it’s election month.

Watch episode here.


Sept 12th (re-aired on Sept 15th) –

Candidate for Colorado Attorney General Don Quick

Don Quick is running for Colorado Attorney General this November. He sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss his background, what the AG’s job means to him, and to discuss some hot button issues like gay marriage, TABOR, and the death penalty.

Watch episode here.

Linda Gorman as Health Economist for Commission

Senate Bill 187 passed and created a commission to study Colorado’s health care system – what is driving the costs and what can be done to keep expenditures down. Linda Gorman joins host Jon Caldara to discuss her role on the commission.

Watch episode here.


Sept 19th (re-aired on Sept 22nd) -The American Dream vs. Sustainability

Mike Krause guest hosts this episode of Devils Advocate to talk transportation, zoning, urban planning, sustainability, and the American dream. Joining him are Randal O’Toole of the Cato and Independence Institute and Wendell Cox, senior fellow at the Independence Institute.

Watch this episode here.


Sept 26th (re-aired on Sept 29th) – Open Records and Government Transparency

Guest host Todd Shepherd of CompleteColorado.com is joined by 9News Executive Producer Nicole Vap and President of the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition Steve Zansberg to discuss open records, government transparency, and freedom of information in the digital age.

Watch this episode here.


October 3rd (re-aired on Oct. 6th) 

9News Nelson Garcia on the Jeffco Education Protests

9News education reporter Nelson Garcia joins host Jon Caldara to outline the events and the issues raised during the fall of 2014 teacher and student protests.

Watch episode here.

Jeffco School Board President Ken Witt

Jefferson County school board president Ken Witt joins host Jon Caldara to discuss the recent teacher sick-outs and student protests. Ken responds to the demonstrations against the district’s new pay for performance system and a proposed curriculum review committee.

Watch episode here.


October 10th (re-aired on Oct. 13th)

The Kids Are Alright with Jonathan Lockwood

Are free market principles popular among our youth? Colorado State director of Generation Opportunity (GenOpp) Jonathan Lockwood sits down with host Jon Caldara to talk about Colorado’s millennials. Do the youth care about economic freedom and opportunities? Tune in to find out.

Watch episode here.

One on One with the Denver Police Chief

After a couple years on the job, Denver police chief Robert White sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss the challenges DPD has faced, what changes were made and why, and how police cameras can help both officers and the public.

Watch episode here.


October 17th (re-aired on Oct. 20th)

Candidate for Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams

Host Jon Caldara sits down with candidate for Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams. Wayne is currently the clerk and recorder for El Paso County.

Watch episode here.

How’s Election 2014 Shaping Up?

Washington Times reporter Valerie Richardson and Peter Marcus of the Durango Herald join host Jon Caldara to discuss Colorado’s election right around the corner. Did Mark “Uterus” go too far? Can Governor Hickenlooper get through this tough re-election campaign?

Watch episode here.


October 24th (re-aired on Oct. 27th)

Candidate for Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman

Candidate for Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman sits down with host Jon Caldara to talk about her run to succeed AG John Suthers.

Watch episode here.

The Devil Inside the Beltway with Michael Daugherty

Author and former small business owner Michael Daugherty joins host Jon Caldara to deliver a tale larger than life. His book, “Devil Inside the Beltway” is the ongoing saga of the big guy (government) vs. the little guy (Michael and his company). Listen as Michael tells a magnificent tale of government overreach and cronyism. And he’s still fighting.

Watch episdoe here.


October 31st (re-aired Nov. 3rd) – Cory Gardner on his 2014 Senate Run

Candidate for Colorado Senate Cory Gardner goes one on one with host Jon Caldara to discuss why he ran, why he’ll win, what he’ll do when he wins, and more!

Watch episode here.


November 7th (re-aired on the 10th) – 2014 Colorado Election Recap

Fox31’s Eli Stokols and the Denver Post’s Lynn Bartels join host Jon Caldara to discuss the big 2014 Colorado election. Governor Hickenlooper narrowly wins re-election. Cory Gardner wins big over incumbent Senator Mark Udall. Was any of this surprising? What other wins shocked the state?

Watch episode here.


November 14th (re-aired on the 17th)

Laura Carno on “I Am Created Equal”

Laura Carno from I am Created Equal sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss current events and the latest political issues – from a woman’s perspective.

Watch episode here.

Ward Lucas on HOA Madness

Ward Lucas, formerly of Denver’s 9News and now author of the book, “Neighbors at War!,” sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss the dark side of homeowners associations.

Watch episode here.


November 21st (re-aired on the 24th)

Colorado Coal Mining Under Regulatory Fire

Stuart Sanderson from the Colorado Mining Association sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss Colorado’s rich history of mining coal and what lengths bureaucrats – both state and federal – are going to prevent a cheaper and cleaner coal burning future.

Watch episode here.

Art and the Zen of Magnets

Shihan Qu, owner of Zen Magnets, describes his ongoing battle with the government’s attempts at taking his magnet business away for safety reasons. The government argues that magnets are inherently dangerous and therefore, must be banned. Shihan disagrees of course and after 2 years of battle, continues to fight for his company’s life.

Watch episode here.


No Devils Advocate episode November 28th (Dec. 1st)


December 5th (re-aired on the 8th)

Easter Seals of Colorado

CEO of Colorado Easter Seals Lynn Robinson joins host Jon Caldara to discuss what it is exactly that Easter Seals does. Everyone seems to know the name and that they do good work, but do you know what it is they do?

Watch episode here.

Colorado Teachers Can Get a Refund

Senior education policy analyst with the Independence Institute Ben DeGrow sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss how Colorado teachers can get some of their union dues back via a simple refund. Teachers must submit their form by December 15th.

Watch episode here.


December 12th (re-aired on the 15th)

When Local Governments Get Into Land Speculation

Westminster, Colorado city councilman Bruce Baker sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss what happens when local government gets into the land speculation game with taxpayer money.

Watch episode here.

Christopher Hill on the Frontlines of American Diplomacy

Author of “OUTPOST” Christopher Hill sits down with host Jon Caldara to discuss his new book about his life on the ‘frontlines of American diplomacy.’ From the wars in the Balkans to the brutality of North Korea, there isn’t much Christopher Hill hasn’t yet seen.

Watch episode here.


December 19th (re-aired on the 22nd)

The Power of K-12 Scholarships

Education Policy Center Director Pam Benigno and Howard University student Jamilla Dennis sit down with host Jon Caldara to discuss how K-12 scholarships – like the one Jamilla received – can help change lives for the better. Just ask Jamilla. She says she wouldn’t have realized her dream of going to Howard if not for the scholarship she received.

Watch episode here.

Rocky Mountain News Rebirth?

What to make of the recent rumors about the historic Colorado newspaper the Rocky Mountain News coming back? Former Rocky and Denver Post columnist Mike Littwin and Complete Colorado columnist Peter Blake join host Jon Caldara to discuss what might happen should Phil Anschutz want to bring the Rocky back to life.

Watch episode here.


December 26th (re-aird on the 29th) – A Pollster’s Perspective on Colorado Politics

David Flaherty of Magellan Strategies and Lori Weigel of Public Opinion Strategies join host Jon Caldara to discuss what political polling looks like in the 21st century – a world largely devoid of landlines.

Watch episode here.

 

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