In the lead-up to the November election, KQED produced four election specials looking at the issues of economic anxiety, transportation, housing and capital punishment. Listen to them below.
The Politics of Economic Anxiety
Unemployment is down and Silicon Valley is booming, but many residents in the Bay Area and beyond are worried about their finances. What are voters saying about their economic future? KQED California Politics and Government Editor Scott Shafer talks with Chris Lehane, head of global policy and public affairs at Airbnb, Maria Noel Fernandez, campaign director with Silicon Valley Rising, Jim Wunderman, president and CEO of the Bay Area Council, Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen and Aimee Allison, senior vice president of PowerPAC+.
Your Commute and the Election: A KQED Special About Transit