How Do You Solve A Problem Like Primaries?

Edward B. Foley, professor and director of the election law program at Ohio State, and Nick Troiano, executive director of Unite America, join Sarah for a conversation about reforming primaries. What does primary reform look like? Their conversation covers political science, history, and math. That’s right math. Can math save democracy?

Show Notes:

Requiring Majority Winners for Congressional Elections

Foley in the Washington Post: “How our system of primary elections could destroy democracy”

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