As votes are still being counted in critical swing states, Americans are holding their breath waiting to see who will be elected President.
There’s no doubt the 2020 election is determining the political future of this country.
But it’s also a major test of our democracy.
This hour, we talk with New York Times columnist Amanda Taub and political scientist Dr. Bilal Sekou.
We talk about what this election reveals about our system of government. We explore the consequences of our electoral college system and more.
And, we ask: are the choices Americans make at the polls about maintaining the country’s racial hierarchy?
- Amanda Taub - News columnist for the New York Times Interpreter column and newsletter
- Dr. Bilal Sekou - University of Hartford Associate Professor of Political Science
Cat Pastor contributed to this show.