Saturday Night Special with Amy Guth: The Psychology of Voting & Voter Behavior

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It’s election season, and with every election comes an interesting discussion about the voters themselves. The psychology of voting, voter apathy, and voter turn out statistics are all on the table for discussion in this episode of Saturday Night Special.

Amy Guth is joined by:

David Faris, chair of Political Science and Public Administration at Roosevelt University and the author of Dissent and Revolution in a Digital Age

Derek Bagley, Development Director at Chicago Votes

Rebecca Sive, Program Director of the Women in Public Leadership Program at U of C and author of Every Day is Election Day: A Woman’s Guide

Will Caskey, opposition researcher and partner at Stanford Caskey


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