America's Midterms — The Blue Wave

“America’s Midterms — The Blue Wave” is a limited series by Manhattan Neighborhood Network and Free Speech TV airing on Fridays at 8pm ET through November 9, 2018 on MNN-FSTV (Spectrum 1301 and FiOS 39 for Manhattan viewers and worldwide via mnn.org) and on Free Speech TV (DISH 9415, DIRECTV 348, Sling TV, or streaming and on-demand on Roku, Apple TV and freespeech.org).

The show is hosted by Women’s March on Washington Co-Organizers Tamika Mallory and Bob Bland, along with Democratic pollster Matt McDermott and Pennsylvania state House candidate Summer Lee.  

Each episode features commentary on national and local races, insights into progressive issues, and interviews with progressive candidates from across the country.

 

Previous Episodes

On this weeks episode of “America’s Midterms — The Blue Wave,” co-hosts Tamika Mallory , Bob Bland , Matt McDermott , and Summer Lee tackle the hard questions and the results of November 6th, 2018 mid term...
On this episode of “America’s Midterms — The Blue Wave,” co-hosts Tamika Mallory , Bob Bland , Matt McDermott , and Summer Lee reflect on the act of hate at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh and the...
The co-hosts discuss how to win over undecided voters, the fate of the House and Senate, the rise of fascism and more. Plus, interviews with former prison guard Lisa Ring (GA-01) and Idaho State Representative Paulette Jordan (ID-05), who are both running for office in deeply red states.
The hosts discuss the critical role that voter turnout will play in the outcome of the elections, the weakness that may hinder progressive success, and the Republican tactics to watch out for. Plus, don’t miss interviews with two progressive congressional candidates, Tedra Cobb (NY-21) and Forrest Mayer (OK-76).
Hosts Tamika Mallory, Bob Bland, Matt McDermott, and Summer Lee discuss voter engagement, Trump's approval rating, Kavanaugh's appointment, and the likelihood of Senate and House wins for Democrats. Plus interviews with two progressive candidates Gabriel Acevero (MD-39), and Liuba Grechen Shirley (NY-02).
Hosts Tamika Mallory, Bob Bland, Matt McDermott, and Sabrina Siddiqui provide commentary on national and local races, share insights into progressive issues, and conduct interviews with progressive candidates from across the country. Plus interviews with two progressive candidates: Steven Kling for Texas State Senate, and Paul Walker, who’s running to represent Kentucky in the U.S. House.