August 10, 2020

Getting Things Done with Senator Doug Jones

In 2018 Doug Jones won a special election to replace Jeff Sessions in the United States Senate. Since then, he’s been one of the few members who can reach across the aisle and find common ground on important issues affecting veterans, access to healthcare, and more. Doug’s a moderate, and a former prosecutor who tried the people who bombed the 16th street Baptist Church in Birmingham. He’s up for reelection in 2020, and he joined Alyssa Milano to make the case as to why he is the right person to continue to represent Alabama in the senate.


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Sources for audio clips

Doug Jones wins Alabama Senate race
Doug Jones beats Roy Moore, CNN projects
Washington reacts to Doug Jones' win - CBS Evening News
Joe Biden on Doug Jones' victory in Alabama, Trump, and 2020 - CBS This Morning
Trump Says He’s ‘Very Happy’ Tommy Tuberville Beat Jeff Sessions in Alabama Senate Runoff - Bloomberg
I've Got The People Of Alabama's Back': Sen. Doug Jones On 2020 Election, 'Trump's Guy' Tuberville - Roland S. Martin
Coronavirus in the South
Alabama reopens and the coronavirus hits harder - CNBC
Alabama Civil Rights History
Alabama Sen. Doug Jones recounts prosecuting 2 white supremacists after 1963 Birmingham Church bombing - CBS News
McConnell Not Passing Bills
'McConnell's Graveyard': Nancy Pelosi Lists Bills Passed By House That Senate Won't Vote On | MSNBC
Widow's Tax
Axing The Widow's Tax - Doug Jones for Senate
Role for Moderates
WBUR Town Hall Highlights: On The Role Of Moderates
John Lewis: The Selma To Montgomery Marches | MLK | TIME

Show Credits

Host: Alyssa Milano
Executive Producer: Alyssa Milano
Associate Producer: Ben Jackson
Editing and Sound Production: Natasha Jacobs
Music by: Milo Bugliari, Josh Cooke & Eleisha Eagle