In the latest episode of “Meeting in Middle America,” host Steven Olikara interviews Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul and former Attorney General JB Van Hollen, who recently joined a bipartisan effort aimed at ensuring and promoting safe voting called VoteSafe Wisconsin. Kaul and Van Hollen, who served as the state’s Attorney General from 2007 to 2015, are co-chairs of the organizations, which also includes a number of groups including the Millennial Action Project, the Milwaukee Bucks and We Can Vote. The podcast highlights trends leading up to next month’s presidential election, including a record number of absentee ballots being cast.

“Meeting in Middle America” is a collaboration between the Lubar Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee and Sponsored by WAGET and Bridge & Build.

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