Jaime Harrison on Voting Rights and More | KnowThis

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43 states are proposing more than 250 bills to restrict voting rights, many of which are rooted in racism and baseless allegations of voter fraud. Zinhle Essamuah talks to DNC Chairman Jaime Harrison about voter suppression, Democratic control in Congress, and more.
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0:00 Intro
0:56 Fighting Voter Suppression
2:30 The Politics of Voting
4:47 Unifying the Democratic Party
6:15 Minimum Wage Debate
7:21 Rising Stars

In the wake of the 2020 election’s record voter turnout, 43 states across the United States have proposed more than 250 bills in efforts to restrict voting rights. According to the Brennan Center, which is tracking the proposals, many of them are rooted in racism and baseless allegations of voter fraud. Democratic National Committee Chairman Jaime Harrison stepped into his role in January after running for the U.S. Senate against incumbent Lindsey Graham (R-SC) in 2020. We talk to him about ongoing voter suppression efforts across the country, maintaining Democratic control in Congress, the rising stars of the Democratic Party, and more.

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