In Episode 2: Jacksonian Era, Professor Harry Watson of UNC-Chapel Hill talks about what really made the 1820s-1840s a time of record-breaking turnout in American elections. Link to OneV’s Podcast: Episode 2
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.
In Episode 1: Early America. Professor Ed Countryman of Southern Methodist University joins OneV to talk about how voting mattered (or didn’t) in the colonial era, during the Revolution and in the years following. Link to OneV’s Podcast: Episode 1