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@kwellscomm “Access Indy with Kim Wells”  —

The result of the 2016 race for the White House has many voters fearful while others are celebrating change. Regardless of what side you’re on “Access Indy with Kim Wells” listener want to know how did we get to this point and how what the results mean for the nation and right here in Indiana as our governor, Mike Pence, relaunches onto a national stage–more juiced than ever.

So it’s time to take a look at this through a local lens. My guest and I are doing some analysis on this year’s presidential race between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump, and discussing the what’s next for voters.

Click the media player below and listen to my “Access Indy with Kim Wells” conversation with Indiana University Purdue University – Indianapolis Assistant Professor of Political Science, Aaron Dusso. Professor Dusso has a view from his perch in academia at IUPUI you won’t want to miss.

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