Arizona politics podcast ‘The Gaggle’: Early ballots change elections
Early balloting was a topic of major interest following the 2018 midterm elections in Arizona. After races for the U.S. Senate, the superintendent of public instruction and secretary of state couldn’t be called on Election Day, many people wondered about the impacts of early voting.
This week’s episode of “The Gaggle” podcast dives into the topic. The Republic’s national political reporter, Yvonne Wingett Sanchez, and congressional delegation reporter, Ronald J. Hansen, sit down with Garrett Archer, senior analyst for Arizona’s secretary of state. Archer’s Twitter posts regarding vote counts gained a national following in the days after Election Day.
What you can learn from this episode:
- Why midterm results weren’t ready on Election Day
- How early balloting has changed candidates’ campaign strategies
- How and why campaigns can more precisely and effectively target voters today
- The role of social media and the Internet on election season
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