Episode

8/3 Cynthia Nixon & More: Sam From Netroots Nation in New Orleans, Day 2

August 3, 2018

Day 2 with Sam in New Orleans at Netroots Nation, with the MR crew in studio. Sam is joined by a host of left political heavy hitters including Alex Lawson (Social Security Works), Michelangelo Signoreli (SiriusXM Progress), Deb Haaland (Democratic Candidate for NM-1), Dean Obeidallah (SiriusXM Progress), John Fetterman (Democratic Candidate for Pennsylvania Lt. Gov), and Cynthia Nixon (Democratic Candidate for Governor in New York).

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