Michael Lee Jackson

No Party Preference voter, Pacific Palisades

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Michael Lee Jackson on KCRW

In this special two-hour live show, we get the national and local picture. We talk to political pros, local candidates, and Southern California voters.

After midterms, is the U.S. more divided, or can we work across the aisle?

In this special two-hour live show, we get the national and local picture. We talk to political pros, local candidates, and Southern California voters.

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