With the elections behind us, the media has mostly turned its attention away from the endless lines at some polling places, and from other obstacles facing many voters in an election already complicated in the northeast by the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. But according to Greg Palast, who joins Welton this week, the voting problems experienced this year deserve our attention because he believes that it’s going to take every day of the next four years to untangle the obstacle courses that have made it increasingly difficult for some Americans to vote. Tune-in to find out what this investigative journalist and author of the New York Times bestseller Billionaires and Ballot Bandits: How to Steal an Election in 9 Easy Steps learned on the ground the final week of the election in Dayton and Toledo, Ohio, ground zero of swing-state mania.

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