Happy New Year! It’s 2020, and that means big things are in store for Bay Ridge and our nation. We’re joined in the studio by Tyler Adams and Matthew Malloy, volunteer organizers for Elizabeth Warren. Organizing in South Brooklyn since August, they have unique insights into how the presidential campaign ground game will shape local politics, and how we can keep our batteries charged and our minds clear for the fights ahead.
Join us as we analyze public but rarely-seen Facebook data to explore how social media works in Bay Ridge. What news do we read? How political are our neighbors? Let’s take a peek behind the curtain of ad data, and see what it says about us.Read more
In Rachel’s final episode, we gather together an all-star (and all-women) round-table of field organizers. Each of them were at the forefront of the Bay Ridge 2018 Blue Wave. What was it like? What does it take to become a field organizer? What are the strategies and tactics? How can you become one too?
For most, the Public Advocate special election was a snoozer: low turnout, low stakes. But it revealed the future of Bay Ridge partisan politics. Our analysis reveals how.Read more
We covered the SD22 election live, updating our interactive map ’till midnight. Check out how things stood at the end of the night!Read more
What happens when art, activism, and good government collide? Find out as we explore Fight Back Bay Ridge’s art exhibition and fundraiser raising awareness of our gerrymandered State Senate district!
Listen in to the epic debate between Andrew Gounardes and Marty Golden, interspersed with fact-checking breaks by us! Also, be sure to check out the show notes for links to every single general election debate in Bay Ridge for the 2018 election.
Our in-depth look at the 2018 primary between Ross Barkan and Andrew Gounardes. Where did the candidates perform well? What strategies worked? Find out!Read more
Yo angry Muppet, have you told the people you’re stealing from that you are losing by 46 points? State Senator […]Read more