New York’s brief moment in the national political spotlight has come and gone, and while the results in Tuesday’s primary weren’t very different from what anyone might have predicted a month ago, their impact on the larger race is still likely to be pretty significant. But what drove the victories by Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton? And what should we make of the concerns about the voting rolls?
BkReader founder and editor Zawadi Morris and Brooklyn Eagle Community Editor Mary Frost joined Theodore Hamm, associate professor and chair of journalism and new media studies at St. Joseph’s College, and me on the set of BkLive to talk it over on Wednesday. Check it out.