If you’ve been around long enough, you still think of presidential elections as efficient events that provide clear answers in a finite period of time, exceptions to the rule notwithstanding — cough, 2000, cough. But the 2020 election may shatter that romantic ideal once and for all. And when the dust settles and the results are in, whenever that is and whatever they are, we’ll still be facing huge questions about the future of American democracy.
Peter Kadzis and Adam Reilly talk about what we’ll be grappling with after the presidency is decided, and how to get from here to there without losing our minds, with help from four Scrum favorites: Sue O’Connell, Joan Vennochi, Wilnelia Rivera and Yawu Miller.
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