Judicial candidates Brad Trowbridge and Jill Rose Quinn / Marj Halperin (Indivisible Chicago Podcast)

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Every week, Indivisible Chicago Podcast host Tom Moss talks to politicians, newsmakers, academics and activists about resisting the Trump agenda. The ICP is also a great way to keep up with what’s happening in Indivisible Chicago.

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  1. Revolution or Restoration? The New York Times double-endorsement articulates the problem — or is it an opportunity? nyti.ms/ICP_NYTendorse
  2. Marj Halperin joins to talk about the True Blue Revue, the kick-off event for the Three States One Mission Campaign. Find out more and register at truebluerevue.com.
  3. Cook County judicial candidates Bradley Trowbridge and Jill Rose Quinn join the podcast for a 101 on Cook County courts and judicial elections. Also, how would their election add some much-needed diversity to the courts? While Indivisible Chicago is not endorsing in these races, you can find out more about Trowbridge’s campaign at bradtrowbridgeforjudge.com. Find out more about Quinn’s campaign at votejillrosequinn.com.

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Each week on the Indivisible Chicago Podcast, host Tom Moss talks to our representatives, newsmakers, activists, scholars, and Indivisible Chicago neighborhood chapter leads to learn more about what is happening in the push-back against the Trump agenda.

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