Whether it’s sitting around the dinner table or watching TV, we’ve all been forced to listen to political observations spoken by people who have no idea what they’re talking about. This hour, we’ll talk about strategies to better educate voters about the political process with University of Michigan political science professor Arthur Lupia, author of “Uninformed: Why People Seem to Know So Little about Politics and What We Can Do about It” (Oxford University Press).
Poll workers check voters' IDs during the 2020 U.S Presidential Election at a polling site in Manhattan. Shutterstock
Eight candidates currently vying for the Democratic Party nomination for president came to march and speak to a large gathering for King Day at the Dome. Columbia, SC 01/20/2020. Shutterstock