Survey of sheriffs up for election find a majority are white, male and approve of Trump
Here & Now host Celeste Headlee speaks with Marhall Project journalist Maurice Chammah about a survey he co-authored which identified the ideological leanings of elected sheriffs who are central to debates on hot-button issues such as guns, jail and immigration. Hundreds of them are on the ballot this November.
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