Best Ballot podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Swift over Coffee
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Swift over Coffee is a podcast that helps you keep your Swift skills up to date the easy way, hosted by Paul Hudson and Sean Allen. Each episode has news, our picks of the week, plus an open ballot where you can share your views on important topics.Follow us on Twitter at @swiftovercoffee.Note: all the discussion from Sean and Paul is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0. Our regular intro/outro music is also licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0, and is called "Dropping out of School" by Brad Sucks.
 
This podcast is about you: The Cincinnatian. Let The Enquirer’s Paul Dehner Jr. and political columnist Jason Williams make the complicated local issues impacting your daily life easy to understand -- and have more than a little fun in the process. On the ballot or in the streets, we are here to help you out. Because That’s SO Cincinnati.
 
KALW's guide to the 2018 midterm elections for Bay Area voters. We'll be releasing 2-minute summaries of the measures and propositions on the upcoming ballot.
 
Comedian Greg Proops is smarter than you.
 
Whenever a notable player reaches or nears retirement, the first questions asked is, Is he a first-ballot Hall of Famer?Well, we have the answer. Thats because this podcast is hosted by three long-time NFL writers: Clark Judge, Ron Borges and Rick Gosselin are three of the 48 selectors for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
 
Brian Windhorst and a team of ESPN's Insiders sort out life in and around the NBA world.
 
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To the Point
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A weekly reality-check on the issues Americans care about most. Host Warren Olney draws on his decades of experience to explore the people and issues shaping – and disrupting - our world. How did everything change so fast? Where are we headed? The...
 
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Code Switch
Weekly
 
Ever find yourself in a conversation about race and identity where you just get...stuck? Code Switch can help. We're all journalists of color, and this isn't just the work we do. It's the lives we lead. Sometimes, we'll make you laugh. Other times, you'll get uncomfortable. But we'll always be unflinchingly honest and empathetic. Come mix it up with us.
 
​Presented by ​Andrew Mueller, Monocle 24’s flagship global-affairs show features​ expert guests ​and in-depth analysis of the big issues of the week. Winner in the ‘best current affairs’ category of the 2018 British Podcast awards.
 
To The Best Of Our Knowledge is a nationally-syndicated, Peabody award-winning public radio show that dives headlong into the deeper end of ideas. We have conversations with novelists and poets, scientists and software engineers, journalists and historians, filmmakers and philosophers, artists and activists — people with big ideas and a passion to share them.
 
A weekly discussion about politics, hosted by The New Yorker's executive editor, Dorothy Wickenden.
 
The former Ukip leader is now five days a week on LBC. Monday-Thursday 6pm-7pm and Sunday 10am-12
 
Nobody loves extra innings more than Mariners beat writer Ryan Divish. Join him and guests from around baseball to go to the 10th inning and beyond in Mariners news, discussion and more.
 
Engaging interviews and discussions of elections and the political issues of the day
 
A dynamic mix of news, culture and music in Chicago. Hosted by Jenn White. From WBEZ.
 
The attorneys of Lavelle Law Ltd. address a variety of legal topics.
 
A podcast asking the radical question "How Can We Decacerate America?"
 
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KUER 90.1, NPR Utah
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A podcast from KUER 90.1, an NPR member station broadcasting from the Eccles Broadcast Center at the University of Utah.
 
Statehouse Blend Missouri is an insider look at Missouri politics and government. Each week, host Brian Ellison welcomes Missouri legislators, advocates, experts and analysts to the podcast to talk policy and politics and to offer a glimpse into the workings of the General Assembly. We also round up the latest news from Jefferson City.
 
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Managed Care Cast
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Podcast by Managed Care Cast
 
Podcasts and event recordings from the New York City Bar Association
 
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Popcorn Heroes
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Welcome to Popcorn Heroes, your unsung heroes in life! We talk about a wide range of topics from pop culture, life and everything in between. Subscribe, follow us & give us 5 stars!
 
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45 Days
Monthly
 
On your mark, get set, #utpol. 45 Days takes you behind the scenes of the Utah Legislature's fast and furious annual session. Each week, KUER reporters highlight critical bills and how they could affect you. Along the way, we'll introduce the movers and shakers who convene every winter on Capitol Hill.
 
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Many Peters
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Peter Coffin is a person with things to say, but doesn't like being nailed down to a specific tone. So instead, many topics require many Peters.
 
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The Pain Cave
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The Pain Cave is a free-flowing conversation with a wide variety of guests from the worlds of running and exercise science. We talk about physiology, sports science, politics, music, beer, and occasionally running.
 
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Blher
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Blher Podcast takes on the world one social issue at a time ----highlighting the perspectives of two young, black, professional women. We cover everything from politics, law, religion, pop culture and the day-to-day we face through storytelling and discussion. Featuring Kelly Jeanine and Brittany. www..Blher.com
 
Local and state news from a progressive viewpoint. Airing live on Wednesdays from 6:00-7:00 out of 107.7 FM WVEW LP Brattleboro, a community radio station or online at wvew.org
 
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Shifts and Grins
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The Shifts and Grins Podcast is comprised of three friends who love cars almost as much as they love making fun of each other. Join Adam, Cody, and Mac every week to hear opinions on cars and car culture. Come for the cars and stay for the laughs on the Shifts and Grins Podcast.
 
Home care is one of the fastest growing sectors of the health care industry. Each month, Home Care Alliance of Massachusetts executive director Patricia Kelleher talks with leaders and thinkers about the trends that affect every home care agency.
 
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The Currently
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A show for Millennials, & Xennials about life, careers & social issues. Writer, advocate, & Flaming Hot-Cheetos connoisseur Betsy Aimee interviews guests to talk about personal development, current events, & career transitions. She also documents her journey building a career as a multi-passionate woman of color trying to keep up with Instagram.
 
The official podcast of the Libertarian Party of Georgia! Brought to you by Most Uniquest Productions - http://mostuniquest.com/
 
Every Thursday afternoon, Michigan Radios All Things Considered Host Jennifer White takes a closer look at the issues affecting Michigan politics with state political analysts including Ken Sikkema, Susam Demas, Debbie Dingell, Bill Ballenger and others.
 
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Gentz Pop-Culture
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Your weekly Music, TV and Movie review podcast brought to you by the Gentz Stereo Podcast family!
 
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o42t
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A podcast by Richard Oakley and Stephen Ballot, with far more interesting guests.
 
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Campaign Beat
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"Campaign Beat", Montana Public Radio's weekly political analysis program is hosted by MTPR's Sally Mauk, with UM Political Science Professor Rob Saldin, and former Capitol Reporter Chuck Johnson.
 
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Baseheads
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Attorney At Sports, Cisco The Realest, and Lestro discuss a weeks worth of the greatest American past time!! Tune in to baseball talk each and every week during the MLB season.
 
Politics can be messy. Politics can be confusing. But, that certainly doesn't mean politics can't be a total thrilling joy-ride. Join It's Just Politics hosts Zoe Clark and Rick Pluta every Monday morning for a fast-paced spin around Michigan politics.
 
Each month on the State of the State Podcast, professors Charles Ballard and Interim IPPSR Director Arnold Weinfeld (while Director Matt Grossmann is away on sabbatical) aim for a lively discussion of Michigan policy and current events. They’ll run down three or four hot topics, pointing to research on each policy issue. In the first edition, they cover income tax cuts, Detroit’s bid for Amazon’s second headquarters, and the proposal for a part-time legislature. This podcast comes to you fro ...
 
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If it's legal
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If Washington voters approve a ballot measure this fall legalizing marijuana, it would bring big changes – not just in the justice system, but in our communities. We can expect hundreds of official marijuana stores, and fewer drug arrests. What about advertising? Night-life? Driving? KPLU is exploring how legalization might impact daily life – even if you never touch the drug. In our series If it’s legal: Five ways legal pot could affect your life , we consider how things could change for al ...
 
As a 501c3 non-profit, non-partisan organization, the Free and Equal Election Foundation’s mission is primarily educational. We work to give all ballot-qualified candidates the opportunity to debate important political issues in public forums. We want to help level the political playing field and to inspire more independents and alternative party candidates to run for office. We want to empower and encourage more people, especially young people, to get involved in the discussion, participate ...
 
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I n 2009, Marc Maron was a struggling stand-up comic. With nothing to lose, he began experimenting with podcasting, and was one of the first to do so. Now, millions of listeners download each episode of his show, “WTF,” to hear his long, informal -- often intimate -- conversations with creative people.…
 
I n 2009, Marc Maron was a struggling stand-up comic. With nothing to lose, he began experimenting with podcasting, and was one of the first to do so. Now, millions of listeners download each episode of his show, “WTF,” to hear his long, informal -- often intimate -- conversations with creative people.…
 
I n 2009, Marc Maron was a struggling stand-up comic. With nothing to lose, he began experimenting with podcasting, and was one of the first to do so. Now, millions of listeners download each episode of his show, “WTF,” to hear his long, informal -- often intimate -- conversations with creative people.…
 
I n 2009, Marc Maron was a struggling stand-up comic. With nothing to lose, he began experimenting with podcasting, and was one of the first to do so. Now, millions of listeners download each episode of his show, “WTF,” to hear his long, informal -- often intimate -- conversations with creative people.…
 
I n 2009, Marc Maron was a struggling stand-up comic. With nothing to lose, he began experimenting with podcasting, and was one of the first to do so. Now, millions of listeners download each episode of his show, “WTF,” to hear his long, informal -- often intimate -- conversations with creative people.…
 
I n 2009, Marc Maron was a struggling stand-up comic. With nothing to lose, he began experimenting with podcasting, and was one of the first to do so. Now, millions of listeners download each episode of his show, “WTF,” to hear his long, informal -- often intimate -- conversations with creative people.…
 
I n 2009, Marc Maron was a struggling stand-up comic. With nothing to lose, he began experimenting with podcasting, and was one of the first to do so. Now, millions of listeners download each episode of his show, “WTF,” to hear his long, informal -- often intimate -- conversations with creative people.…
 
I n 2009, Marc Maron was a struggling stand-up comic. With nothing to lose, he began experimenting with podcasting, and was one of the first to do so. Now, millions of listeners download each episode of his show, “WTF,” to hear his long, informal -- often intimate -- conversations with creative people.…
 
In a new documentary, “The River and the Wall,” filmmaker Ben Masters is joined by a small group of scientists and conservationists on a nearly three-month-long journey down 1,200 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border. The project aims to show the beauty and variety of landscapes in the borderlands.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
In a new documentary, “The River and the Wall,” filmmaker Ben Masters is joined by a small group of scientists and conservationists on a nearly three-month-long journey down 1,200 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border. The project aims to show the beauty and variety of landscapes in the borderlands.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
In a new documentary, “The River and the Wall,” filmmaker Ben Masters is joined by a small group of scientists and conservationists on a nearly three-month-long journey down 1,200 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border. The project aims to show the beauty and variety of landscapes in the borderlands.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
In a new documentary, “The River and the Wall,” filmmaker Ben Masters is joined by a small group of scientists and conservationists on a nearly three-month-long journey down 1,200 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border. The project aims to show the beauty and variety of landscapes in the borderlands.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
In a new documentary, “The River and the Wall,” filmmaker Ben Masters is joined by a small group of scientists and conservationists on a nearly three-month-long journey down 1,200 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border. The project aims to show the beauty and variety of landscapes in the borderlands.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
In a new documentary, “The River and the Wall,” filmmaker Ben Masters is joined by a small group of scientists and conservationists on a nearly three-month-long journey down 1,200 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border. The project aims to show the beauty and variety of landscapes in the borderlands.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
In a new documentary, “The River and the Wall,” filmmaker Ben Masters is joined by a small group of scientists and conservationists on a nearly three-month-long journey down 1,200 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border. The project aims to show the beauty and variety of landscapes in the borderlands.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
In a new documentary, “The River and the Wall,” filmmaker Ben Masters is joined by a small group of scientists and conservationists on a nearly three-month-long journey down 1,200 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border. The project aims to show the beauty and variety of landscapes in the borderlands.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon, Ramona Shelburne and Andrew Han recap Celtics-Sixers discussing Joel Embiid's dominance, the slipping OKC Thunder (14:00), Doc Rivers snubbing the Lakers (26:00) and much more.
 
Chicago Tribune food writers discuss Chicago’s New Koreatown. Plus, the FAA and Boeing are in the hot seat after two deadly plane crashes.By podcasts@chicagopublicradio.org (WBEZ Chicago).
 
On April 9th, Israel will hold a general election. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces several accusations of corruption, and seems sure to be indicted. The increasingly right-wing Likud Party, which has held power for a decade, faces strong opposition from the new centrist party Blue and White, which argues that Israel’s democracy has “los ...…
 
This week, a petition began circulating calling for the Hyde Park City to fire it’s longtime Public Works Director, Mike Grunig, who allegedly pointed a gun at three other workers while on the job.By deaton@kuer.org (Daysha Eaton).
 
Unqualified kids are admitted to some of America’s most prestigious institutions. Parents, administrators and coaches face criminal charges. Should higher learning be about more than status, money, prestige and power? Also: Boeing, the FAA and two deadly crashes.By webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Warren Olney).
 
T he first People’s Choice Art Show takes place Thursday at The Collective in Snowmass’ Base Village. It’s a part of the new venue’s emphasis on local artists.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
T he first People’s Choice Art Show takes place Thursday at The Collective in Snowmass’ Base Village. It’s a part of the new venue’s emphasis on local artists.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
T he first People’s Choice Art Show takes place Thursday at The Collective in Snowmass’ Base Village. It’s a part of the new venue’s emphasis on local artists.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
T he first People’s Choice Art Show takes place Thursday at The Collective in Snowmass’ Base Village. It’s a part of the new venue’s emphasis on local artists.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
T he first People’s Choice Art Show takes place Thursday at The Collective in Snowmass’ Base Village. It’s a part of the new venue’s emphasis on local artists.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
T he first People’s Choice Art Show takes place Thursday at The Collective in Snowmass’ Base Village. It’s a part of the new venue’s emphasis on local artists.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
T he first People’s Choice Art Show takes place Thursday at The Collective in Snowmass’ Base Village. It’s a part of the new venue’s emphasis on local artists.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
T he first People’s Choice Art Show takes place Thursday at The Collective in Snowmass’ Base Village. It’s a part of the new venue’s emphasis on local artists.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
In another dispatch from the Fortress of Proopitude, Greg and Jennifer banter on Bettye Lavette, Barbara Hammer and Birch Bayh.By smartest@aspecialthing.com (Greg Proops).
 
The Friends of the Chicago River say there are more than 37,000 acres of open land near the banks of the river. . They want to turn some of that into natural spaces that would both protect habitats and create jobs. Executive Director Margaret Frisbee explains. And WBEZ sports contributor Cheryl Raye Stout gets us revved up for March Madness wit ...…
 
With just over a week until the UK was supposed to be leaving the EU, Andrew Mueller asks (yet again) what on earth is going on.
 
Ever since a hunter killed a nuisance cougar last fall in Eden, cougars have been spotted all along the Wasatch foothills from Layton to Olympus Cove and Herriman. Darren De Bloois, who oversees the game mammal program for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, spoke with KUER’s Judy Fahys about the frequency of cougar encounters this year an ...…
 
Fifty years ago a multi-racial coalition of students at a commuter college in San Francisco went on strike. And while their bloody, bitter standoff has been largely forgotten, it forever changed higher education in the United States.
 
Congressman Brad Wenstrup often flies under the radar because he's not loud and braggadocios. But the Cincinnati Republican is anything but boring. Wenstrup joined That's So Cincinnati podcast to talk mostly about his life away from Capitol Hill. This episode offers a glimpse of the human side of the podiatrist-turned-politician. Wenstrup share ...…
 
Ensuring Access to Generic Medications by Managed Care Cast
 
Tim Peterson of the IT and Cyberlaw Committee interviews Dennis Dayman, the Chief Privacy and Security Officer of Return Path, on the evolution of privacy law and technology and what it means for the future of consumer privacy and electronic marketingBy test@nospam.com (New York City Bar Association).
 
The former Ukip leader is now five days a week on LBC. Monday-Thursday 6pm-7pm and Sunday 10am-12
 
In the wake of the Varsity Blues scandal, two University of Chicago student journalists have uncovered one way their school has been favoring wealthy and connected students when it comes to career development. Plus the prestigious Lambda Literary Awards showcase the best in LGBTQ writing and poetry. We hear about the 5 Chicago authors and 2 Chi ...…
 
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Two mini-storage facilities want to open near Carbondale, one near Catherine’s Store Road, the other, closer to town. On Tuesday, the Garfield County Commissioners heard from the applicants and from dozens of community members opposed to the projects.By wyatt@aspenpublicradio.org (Wyatt Orme).
 
Two mini-storage facilities want to open near Carbondale, one near Catherine’s Store Road, the other, closer to town. On Tuesday, the Garfield County Commissioners heard from the applicants and from dozens of community members opposed to the projects.By wyatt@aspenpublicradio.org (Wyatt Orme).
 
Two mini-storage facilities want to open near Carbondale, one near Catherine’s Store Road, the other, closer to town. On Tuesday, the Garfield County Commissioners heard from the applicants and from dozens of community members opposed to the projects.By wyatt@aspenpublicradio.org (Wyatt Orme).
 
Two mini-storage facilities want to open near Carbondale, one near Catherine’s Store Road, the other, closer to town. On Tuesday, the Garfield County Commissioners heard from the applicants and from dozens of community members opposed to the projects.By wyatt@aspenpublicradio.org (Wyatt Orme).
 
Two mini-storage facilities want to open near Carbondale, one near Catherine’s Store Road, the other, closer to town. On Tuesday, the Garfield County Commissioners heard from the applicants and from dozens of community members opposed to the projects.By wyatt@aspenpublicradio.org (Wyatt Orme).
 
Two mini-storage facilities want to open near Carbondale, one near Catherine’s Store Road, the other, closer to town. On Tuesday, the Garfield County Commissioners heard from the applicants and from dozens of community members opposed to the projects.By wyatt@aspenpublicradio.org (Wyatt Orme).
 
Two mini-storage facilities want to open near Carbondale, one near Catherine’s Store Road, the other, closer to town. On Tuesday, the Garfield County Commissioners heard from the applicants and from dozens of community members opposed to the projects.By wyatt@aspenpublicradio.org (Wyatt Orme).
 
Two mini-storage facilities want to open near Carbondale, one near Catherine’s Store Road, the other, closer to town. On Tuesday, the Garfield County Commissioners heard from the applicants and from dozens of community members opposed to the projects.By wyatt@aspenpublicradio.org (Wyatt Orme).
 
In this episode Brittany and Kelly discuss their professional work experiences and share tips on how to succeed in the workplace
 
In this episode: WWDC is announced at last, memberwise initializers get better in Swift 5.1, we vent about getting lost in side projects, and discuss Marzipan.- WWDC dates announced: https://developer.apple.com/wwdc19- SE-0242: Synthesize default values for the memberwise initializer – https://github.com/apple/swift-evolution/blob/master/propos ...…
 
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