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There’s a lot of noise out there. Political Playlist is here to help you break through it and stay informed.
A full rundown from our June 17, 2021 newsletter.
Civically engaged people of all ages can work to facilitate political participation in the younger generation.
The Daily Trojan, or “DT,” is the student newspaper of the University of Southern California. This past week, Political Playlist got a nice shoutout in one of their articles.
The complete rundown from our June 3, 2021 newsletter.
We sat down with Katie Lowes, Scandal actress, mother of two, and host of the podcast, Katie’s Crib. Katie’s political passion and involvement was encouraged by her castmates.
Webby Nominated: Government and Civil Innovation
The complete rundown from our May 20, 2021 newsletter.
Political Playlist Co-Founder, Anthony Barkett, sat down with political technologist Eric Wilson to discuss how the Republican Party’s use of technology has evolved.
The U.S. Census Bureau has released the first data from the 2020 census, which will set in motion the redistricting process. As a result, the process called congressional reapportionment will take place, and thus, a new Electoral map will be used.
The full rundown from our May 6, 2021 newsletter.
We chatted with actress and activist, Bellamy Young, about the importance of humanizing politics so we can all get engaged in the process!
We spoke with Adrian Tam, a Hawaii State Representative. Adrian is 28 years old and Hawaii’s first openly gay Asian-American Representative.
The full rundown from our April 22, 2021 newsletter.
A full rundown from our April 8, 2021 newsletter.
Political Playlist was written up in the popular lifestyle blog, Cupcakes & Cashmere as a smart way to stay engaged.
After stumbling upon his middle school pocket Constitution, Ben was inspired to democratize the information for a larger audience and wrote OMG WTF Does the Constitution Actually Say.
A full rundown from our March 25, 2021 newsletter.
We sat down with Seth Maxwell, who conceived of his nonprofit, Thirst Project, after he learned about the global water crisis from a friend when he was just 19-years-old.
A full rundown from our March 11, 2021 newsletter.
Greta Maggi, an Italian student studying political management, shares her view on our global interconnectivity in politics and culture.
The full rundown from our February 25, 2021 newsletter.
In my sophomore year of high school in North Carolina, I was invited to sit alongside a handful of upperclassmen and collaborate on how to better celebrate the diversity that exists within my school. The outcome of this meeting was the establishment of an Equity Council.
The full rundown from our February 11, 2021 newsletter.
Anna & Anthony chat with Hawaii State Rep. Adrian Tam (D-Waikiki), 28, about how community involvement spurred his political career.
The full rundown from our January 28, 2021 newsletter.
We chat with U.S. Congresswoman Sara Jacobs (D-CA) about how she persevered to win her seat in Congress, her harrowing first week in Congress, and how we can all play a part in fixing the system.
Founding Partner Michael Kristoff offers his take on presidential administrations past and present.
Republican Dan Driscoll ran for Congress last year in North Carolina. He lost in the primary but chalks it up to victory for democracy.
The full rundown from our January 14, 2021 newsletter.
The full rundown from our December 23, 2020 newsletter.
The full rundown from our December 10, 2020 newsletter.
Co-Founder Anna Musky-Goldwyn interviews newly-elected GA State Senator, Kim Jackson, a 35-year-old pastor, about what inspired her to run for office and how she plans to approach her job in the State Senate.
Political Playlist was recently covered by Politico’s Morning Tech newsletter.
The full rundown from our November 25, 2020 newsletter
The full rundown from our November 12th, 2020 newsletter.
In 2018, female representation among Republican women was at a 25-year low.
Meet the newly-elected members of Congress under 45-years-old who will be featured on the Political Playlist platform come January 2021!
Political Playlist is a perfect tool to learn about politics without sacrificing your mental health
Political Playlist was founded to spotlight young politicians and engage voters – especially young ones. Here’s why we think all their voices are more important than ever.
A candid look into the personal and political challenges faced by family members of America’s law enforcement today
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