Money, media, and the 2024 presidential election

Politics for Drummies and Media

In this episode, Alastair delves into the complexities of the upcoming U.S. presidential election with Tessa Simonds of Blue State Digital. They discuss campaign funding, media influence, and offer key insights into the evolving strategies shaping the electoral landscape.
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