City Visions: Bay Area Activists Volunteer for Out-of-State Races | KALW

City Visions: Bay Area Activists Volunteer for Out-of-State Races

Aug 27, 2020

Beyond the Presidential ballot, thirty-three Senate races, hundreds of House seats and the control of 86 state legislative chambers hang in the balance this November. Local Bay Area activists are not leaving anything up to chance as they harness local dollars and volunteers to help turn out the vote. On Monday, we'll hear from representatives of Indivisible, Sister District and Airlift about their work. We'll also get an update on breaking news and visit with a musician bringing live music to your doorstep.

Guests:

Segment 1

Otis Taylor, Jr., Columnist, San Francisco Chronicle 

Segment 2

Lala Wu, Co-founder of Sister District

 

Nancy Latham, Member, Governance Committee, Indivisible East Bay and volunteer coordinator for Team Vote Save America.

 

Renee Linde, Co-leader of Airlift.

 

Segment 3

Andrew St. James, musician and songwriter.

 

Visit these websites to get involved:

Sister District

Airlift

Indivisible East Bay