Elizabeth Bruenig

Staff writer, The Atlantic

Staff writer at The Atlantic

Elizabeth Bruenig on KCRW

With midterm elections only a few days away, panelists discuss some of the crucial races across the country, the effectiveness of national party messaging, and the rise of political…

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With midterm elections only a few days away, panelists discuss some of the crucial races across the country, the effectiveness of national party messaging, and the rise of political…

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