How do you get your election news?

Monday, June 23, 2008

The times they are a-changin'. It’s a quick-hit, fast-paced world and getting information isn’t what it used to be. For a professor in Atlanta, this historic election cycle has been a chance to watch how new and first-time voters have become engaged with the democratic process—and the tools they are using to stay informed.
Guests: David Wall Rice, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology at Morehouse College; Matt Glazer, the 26-year-old editor of burntorangereport.com.

Contributors:

Noel King and Corey Takahashi

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