by Bailey Angle, Katelin Frosell, Elisabeth Souther–
Around this time of year, society holds one thing in common. Politics are affecting our lives in one way or another.
Politics don’t just shape laws. They can shape something as simple as your morning commute, especially if, for example, a presidential candidate is rallying in your hometown, closing down certain roads for security. Or what about those uncomfortable conversations with your friend who is voting for that candidate you really dislike?
In this podcast we discuss how the most polarized election in our lifetime has affected us. From Donald Trump’s visit to our hometowns to living in an ultra-leaning town for the summer, we share our most memorable stories from this election.