Podcast: How mass shootings affect young voters
This year’s midterm elections were expected to be a referendum on the economy, but as gun violence is on the minds of Americans, yet again, millennials and zillennials, who’ve grown up in an era of massacres, might prove a constituency that no politician can ignore. If they show up to the ballot box, that is.
Today, we talk about how gun violence affects the politics of young voters.
Host: Gustavo Arellano
Guests: L.A. Times fellow Anumita Kaur
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