A discussion about the presidential race from three different perspectives: a Democrat, a Republican, and one independent who feels jilted by both choices. They discuss messages, policies, advertising, the impact of the debates, and parse out worse case scenarios of a statistical tie in the electoral college vote. Renee's guests are: Brian Clardy, Murray State University History professor; Stephen McFayden, Lexington attorney; and Osi Onyekwuluje, a Bowling Green attorney.
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