Doubling Down Before the NY Primary; What's On Your Ballot; Slightly-Blue Energy-Efficient Streetbulbs

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Top Democrats in New Jersey introduced The Democracy Act in Trenton on June 15, 2015 to boost voter turnout.

Coming up on today's show: 

  • It’s the day before the big New York primary. Hear how the Democrats are doubling down with POLITICO New York's Azi Paybarah, MTV's Ana Marie Cox, and Slate's Jacob Weisberg.
  • Get a preview of what to expect to see on your ballot when you walk into the voting booth on Tuesday, with Gotham Gazette's Ben Max. Plus, POLITICO's Bill Mahoney gives a region-by-region update on how the rest of New York State is voting.
  • And hear an update on the Republicans with POLITICO's Alex Isenstadt and the Wall Street Journal's Heather Haddon.
  • Eric Fair, an Army veteran who worked in Iraq as a contract interrogator in 2004, shares his story.
  • Hear why some New Yorkers are complaining about the new, slightly-blue, energy-efficient streetlights, with New York Magazine's Justin Davidson.

We're launching an election series: "30 Issues in 30 Weeks," in which we'll delve into one issue per week until Election Day! Catch up on Week 1 right here, about the logistics of breaking up the big banks.

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