Media Roundtable: Georgia's Senate Runoff, The COVID Vaccine & California's Shutdowns
On this edition of Your Call’s Media roundtable, we are discussing Georgia’s Senate runoff. Nearly one million voters have already requested mail-in ballots. According to a ProPublica investigation, Republican Senator David Perdue sold his home in Washington DC to a finance industry official whose organization was lobbying the Senate Banking Committee, which Perdue sits on.
Later in the show, we are talking about how the COVID vaccine will be distributed in huge states like California, which could receive the first batch as early as Tuesday.
Stephen Fowler, award-winning reporter and photographer for Georgia Public Broadcasting News
Robert Faturechi, investigative reporter at ProPublica
Anna Maria Barry-Jester, senior correspondent for Kaiser Health News
GPB: At Georgia House Hearing, Republicans' Baseless Claims Of Voting Fraud Persist
Propublica: Sen. David Perdue Sold His Home to a Finance Industry Official Whose Organization Was Lobbying the Senate
KHN: As Broad Shutdowns Return, Weary Californians Ask ‘Is This the Best We Can Do
The Guardian: 'It's surreal': the US officials facing violent threats as Trump claims voter fraud
KCRA: California regional stay-at-home order restrictions: What's open, what's closed