“…. Turnout is just inherently higher when there’s a presidential race happening… In Austin that means that more than 100,000 additional voters participate in presidential years. And not only is it a larger electorate. It’s also more diverse in terms of income, age, and race… I think for me, at the end of the day, we always want more voters, not less.”
These are the words of Nathan Ryan, talking about Proposition D on the latest episode of The Austin Common Radio Hour. In this episode, we dive deep into the upcoming City of Austin elections, sharing everything you need to know about Propositions C, D, and E.
Topics include police oversight, Austin’s mayoral elections, and ranked choice voting. Guests include Nathan Ryan & Liz Coufal of Good Politics, Council Member Greg Casar, and Amanda López Askin of Doña Ana County.
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