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Samuel Workman

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The Splintered Establishment Comes Together

Democrats, Surprisingly(?), Gravitate to a Democrat

Samuel Workman

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On Tuesday evening, I was invited to go on the OU Nightly’s broadcast to talk about issue politics, the Democratic presidential primary, and what this means moving forward. It was the second television interview I’ve done in my career. (The first was when a former student, Paul Benefiel at UT Austin, ended up on the Colbert Report after some actions inspired by my GOV310 course - the local news came calling.) Host Lindsey Gibbs was kind, easy to respond to (that’s a thing in an…

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