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Fixing Bugs In Democracy: Dave Daley, author of Unrigged

April 17th, 2020, 5:07pm by Sam Wang


Dave Daley’s the Hunter S. Thompson of democracy reform. His reportage is the indispensable resource. First with Ratf***ed, his chronicle of gerrymandering. Now he’s out with Unrigged, his story of how citizens are rising up all over the nation to restore and strengthen democracy. Tune in at 6:00pm Eastern!

Click here to watch Dave Daley’s Virtual Town Hall
from Friday, April 17th  [YouTube]

“Fixing Bugs in Democracy” is a series of virtual town halls, targeting problems in our democracy, and how to fix them.

Watch a playlist of our past Virtual Town Halls here.

 

“Fixing Bugs in Democracy” is a collaboration between Princeton Gerrymandering Project, the Pace Center for Civic Engagement, Service Focus, and Princeton University Public Lectures.

Tags: Politics · Redistricting · U.S. Institutions

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  • A.O.

    Now he’s out with Unrigged, his story of how citizens are rising up all over the nation to restore and strengthen democracy.

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