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Stateside: Election process under scrutiny; Native American voters; future of the GOP

The election results face unfounded challenges from the Trump campaign, including an effort to stop the certification process.
The election results face unfounded challenges from the Trump campaign, including an effort to stop the certification process.

Stateside for Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Today on Stateside, the election results are mostly settled, but that hasn’t stopped Republican leaders from following Trump’s lead with unfounded arguments about voter fraud. We talk with the executive director of Voters Not Politicians who’s been keeping tabs on the situation. Plus, we take a look at the role Native American voters played in this election. And, we discuss the future of the GOP.

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Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below.

A post-mortem on Election Day from the group that fought to reform voting in Michigan

Stateside’s conversation with Nancy Wang

  • Nancy Wang is the executive director of Voters Not Politicians


Often overlooked, Native American voters poised to become powerful voting bloc in Michigan

Stateside’s conversation with Matthew Fletcher

  • Matthew Fletcher is a law professor at Michigan State University and the director of the Indigenous Law and Policy Center


What’s the future of the MI GOP? We asked two former chairs.

Stateside’s conversation with Bobby Schostak and Susy Avery

  • Bobby Schostak is the former Michigan Republican Party Chairman
  • Susy Avery is the former Michigan Republican Party Chairman

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Stateside: Election process under scrutiny; Native American voters; future of the GOP
Stateside: Election process under scrutiny; Native American voters; future of the GOP
Stateside: Election process under scrutiny; Native American voters; future of the GOP