You’ve heard about Zuckerbucks, right? Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Pricilla Chan donated almost $400 million to local election officials to help run the 2020 election during the pandemic. Critics claim the funds were used in only liberal-leaning places. Is that true? Host Josh Douglas takes up that issue and more with David Becker, Executive Director and Founder of the nonpartisan, non-profit Center for Election Innovation and Research.

County clerks are at the frontlines of our elections. They are the people who decide where the polling places are located, which voting machines to use, and how to ensure there are enough poll workers. Two Kentucky county clerks join us to explain how elections actually operate. Susan Lamb is the county clerk of Fayette County, which includes Lexington, the state’s second-largest city. Kenny Barger is the county clerk in Madison County, which encompasses Richmond, Ky.