Matt Bennett

The nation's politics seem to be seem to be at some kind of crossroads. Both parties are engaged in internal strife and self-examination. This week on the Campbell Conversations, Grant Reeher talks with Matt Bennett, from the Washington think tank Third Way. They discuss what's driving these internal party conflicts, and how they might be resolved. 

This week on the Campbell Conversations, host Grant Reeher has a wide-ranging political discussion with Matt Bennett, a vice president of a centrist Washington think tank.  Bennett argues that the Democratic Party is in the worst shape it’s been in, in over 80 years, despite holding the White House for two terms and enjoying what appears to be a growing demographic advantage among the population.  They also discuss the current presidential field and Hillary Clinton’s potential to be a genuine agent for change in Washington.

After the barrage of negative campaign ads, nightly robo calls, and daily mailers, most central New Yorkers are probably thinking, Whew!  Glad that’s over.  But the time after “the day after” has just begun.