Chris Kromm

Institute for Southern Studies

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Executive Director of the Institute for Southern Studies and publisher of Facing South/Southern Exposure

Chris Kromm on KCRW

Despite widespread predictions that it might take weeks to decide the election,  Mitt Romney conceded  at 1 this morning in Boston. Shortly afterwards,  President Obama spoke .

Will There Be Compromise or Continued Gridlock?

Despite widespread predictions that it might take weeks to decide the election, Mitt Romney conceded at 1 this morning in Boston. Shortly afterwards, President Obama spoke .

from Which Way, L.A.?

The popular vote was almost even, but President Obama won big in the Electoral College. Control of the House and the Senate did not change at all.

Will There Be Compromise or Continued Gridlock?

The popular vote was almost even, but President Obama won big in the Electoral College. Control of the House and the Senate did not change at all.

from To the Point

Rick Santorum  won both Alabama and Mississippi yesterday.  Newt Gingrich  took second place in states even he said he needed.

The Southern Primaries and the GOP

Rick Santorum won both Alabama and Mississippi yesterday. Newt Gingrich took second place in states even he said he needed.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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In California, more than 4.5 million voters have already returned their mail-in ballots. Over a third of those ballots are from voters ages 65 and up. According to Dr.

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The first day of hearings on the Supreme Court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett kicked off today.

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The Senate Judiciary Committee wrapped up its hearings for Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett on Thursday.

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More than 5 million Californians have already cast ballots in the general election. That’s roughly 24% of all registered voters. There are still 12 days to go.

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President Trump denies climate change . But Joe Biden has laid out “the boldest plan of any candidate in history,” says UC Santa Barbara environmental scientist Leah Stokes.

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It was the last debate of the campaign, and it was less crazy than the last one. NBC’s Kristen Welker kept it on lockdown with some help from a mute button.

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Measure J would set aside 10% of locally-generated unrestricted money in LA County's budget — to be spent on alternatives to incarceration.

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Josh Barro speaks to new panelists Christine Emba and Tim Carney about the night of two town halls, Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearing and an epidemiologist’s take on schools.

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Dr. Nathan Link explains how the medical science of decision-making has lots to offer America’s leaders.

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