Steven Elliott on Embracing the Electoral Process

Steven Elliott voted for the first time at age 28. Since then, he's become entrenched in the electoral process, and made it his mission to encourage others to do be involved. He speaks with NPR's Tony Cox about electoral politics and his new book, Looking Forward to It: Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the American Electoral Process.

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