Soledad and her panel break down what major news outlets did right -- and wrong -- in their coverage of the 2020 elections. Special guests are Vice News reporter Alexis Johnson and Eric Boehlert, founder and editor of Pressrun.media.
With the exception of the Latino American vote, most polls in the US were wildly off. What went wrong? Special guests are Author and American University Professor W. Joseph Campbell, Washington Post Contributing Columnist Lizette Alvarez and Washington Post Reporter Arelis Hernandez.
Black women voters are a force at the polls, yet they're routinely discarded by candidates who need their votes to win. Special guest is Martha S Jones, professor at Johns Hopkins and author of "Vanguard: How Black Women Broke Barriers, Won the Vote and Insisted on Equality for All."
Soft racism is all around us, too often spilling from the mouths of top politicians and advisors determining policies and opportunities for Americans. Special guest is Ruben Gallego, US Representative from Arizona.
Easily one of the most visible and impactful groups in the 2020 elections, The Lincoln Project is working to sway Republicans to vote for Democrats. Special guest is Fred Wellman, Senior Advisor for Veterans Affairs to the Lincoln Project.
Incumbents are incredibly hard to unseat, but that doesn't stop people from trying. A look at politics of the New South, South Carolina and tight races with special guest Jaime Harrison, Democratic nominee for the US Senate.
In the first episode of Very Opinionated, Soledad O'Brien gets into the nuances and differences of voter suppression and voting incompetency. Special guest Jessica Huseman, lead reporter for ProPublica's Electionland project.
Here's what to expect from Very Opinionated with Soledad O'Brien, with new episodes dropping every Tuesday and Thursday, exclusively on Quake Media.