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Election Meltdown: Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson

After failed recounts in 2016, Michigan’s hoping 2020 will be different.


Episode Notes

Jocelyn Benson is all about election law. A former election law professor, she’s now Michigan secretary of state. Michigan, more specifically Detroit, has been at the center of recount controversies and accusations of vote-rigging. Secretary Benson tells Election Meltdown’s Rick Hasen how Michigan’s getting ready for November 2020.

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Podcast production by Sara Burningham.

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