Episode 5: Women’s Suffrage. Professor Lisa Tetrault of Carnegie Mellon talks about how women won the right to vote and why the fight for the ballot didn’t stop with the 19th Amendment. Link to OneV’s Podcast: Episode 5
In One Nation Every Vote's first podcast, History of Voting, we discuss with leading experts pivotal moments in American democracy starting with voting during the colonial era. In this series we offer facts and information about the history of voting to bring to light the importance of this sacred democratic right and how it has evolved and been expanded over time.
Episode 4: The Progressive Era. The late 19th century saw a movement to root out political corruption and enhance the power of the individual voter. It also saw the start of the largest decline in voter turnout in the country’s history. Professor Emeritus Shelton Stromquist of the University of Iowa explains how this happened. Link […]
In Episode 3: Reconstruction. Professor Kate Masur of Northwestern University discusses the impact of Reconstruction on the story of voting in America. Link to OneV’s Podcast: Episode 3