Written by: Matt Grossmann
Primary Source: Michigan Policy Wonk Blog, March 23, 2018
This edition of the State of the State Podcast features an early look at the governor’s race and ballot initiatives.
State of the State podcasters Matt Grossmann, IPPSR’s Director, and Charles Ballard, director of IPPSR’s State of the State Survey will talk together and share the air with frequent guests monthly. This edition features IPPSR Associate Director Arnold Weinfeld. The production will be featured on radio stations on the air and over the internet, on SoundCloud at http://soundcloud.com/stateofthestatepodcast(link is external), over ITunes, on Facebook, Twitter and on the IPPSR website at ippsr.msu.edu.
Hear IPPSR’s State of the State Podcast on MSU Today with Russ White via WKAR http://wkar.org/post/michigan-residents-views-governor-s-race-ballot-proposals-focus-state-state-podcast#stream/0(link is external) and as a member of the Spartan Podcast family at http://spartanpodcast.com/?p=5720.(link is external)
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