'Stop the Steal' leader recruits poll workers; What draws us to the music we love? : Here & Now Anytime As Michigan gears up for midterm elections, Republicans in the state have tapped one ringleader who promoted attacking the Capitol on Jan. 6 and claims of a stolen 2020 election to recruit poll workers to administer elections. Politico reporter Heidi Przybyla joins us. Then, whether you like hip-hop or bluegrass music, there's a reason behind it. The new book "This Is What It Sounds Like: What the Music You Love Says About You" explores why people enjoy the music they do. Susan Rogers, who co-authored the book with Ogi Ogas, joins us. And, drone strikes hit Kyiv in the latest of Russia's attacks on Ukraine. The early-morning strikes killed at least three people on Monday. Missy Ryan, who covers national security for the Washington Post, joins us.

'Stop the Steal' leader recruits poll workers; What draws us to the music we love?

'Stop the Steal' leader recruits poll workers; What draws us to the music we love?

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As Michigan gears up for midterm elections, Republicans in the state have tapped one ringleader who promoted attacking the Capitol on Jan. 6 and claims of a stolen 2020 election to recruit poll workers to administer elections. Politico reporter Heidi Przybyla joins us.

Then, whether you like hip-hop or bluegrass music, there's a reason behind it. The new book "This Is What It Sounds Like: What the Music You Love Says About You" explores why people enjoy the music they do. Susan Rogers, who co-authored the book with Ogi Ogas, joins us.

And, drone strikes hit Kyiv in the latest of Russia's attacks on Ukraine. The early-morning strikes killed at least three people on Monday. Missy Ryan, who covers national security for the Washington Post, joins us.

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