Aug 3, 2022
We've entered election season with just slightly over three months until we vote for a new governor. We're a solid-blue state that does not shy away from electing moderate Republicans. So the two major parties generally suck the air out of the room, leaving little for other candidates. That means that we rarely get to hear new ideas and perspectives. Tim sat down a couple of days before the primaries to chat with two gubanatorial cadidates...Jerome Segal, a Socialist who ran on the Democratic ticket (and is now running for President of the United States) and David Lashar, a Libertarian who ran for Congress during the last election. It was a good conversation between three people with different perspectives on politics who may agree here and there.