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November 20, 2020


Join veteran election lawyer and adjunct professor Jerry Goldfeder for Election Connection, a weekly podcast that helps cut through the jargon to better understand your voting rights.

Airing on NPR’s Fordham University affiliate WFUV, each week Jerry will raise a current national or local election question or issue to bring clarity to your rights as a voter.

In the first episode, with President Trump diagnosed with COVID, what happens to voting if he — or Joe Biden — becomes too ill to serve? Listen here to find out.

In episode two, Jerry addresses why every vote matters. Check out the second podcast.

In episode three, Jerry discusses the many challenges we face due to the massive number of mail-in ballots. Listen to the third episode here.

In episode four, Jerry discusses waiting on line and the thrill of voting. Listen here.

In episode five, Jerry discusses the vote counting process. Listen here.

In episode six, Jerry discusses Georgia’s two undecided United States Senate positions and the impact of those decisions on the Senate. Listen to the sixth episode here.

In episode seven, Jerry discusses our nation’s history of peaceful transitions and how President Trump will leave office when his term is up. Listen here.