Season 1 Episode 4
Show host Gregory Miller, is joined by John Sebes, the OSET Institute’s chief election technology whiz and Genya Coulter, former election administrator in Polk County, FL and Director of Stakeholder Relations at the OSET Institute, to talk about the power of paper in the verification of elections.
Season 1, Episode 3b
Part two of Gregory’s interview with former Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir gets a bit spicy with reflections on Texas AG Ken Paxton’s attempts to prosecute her and the funniest moments from her nearly four decades of service. Co-hosts Cameron Quinn and Genya Coulter offer their reflections on part two of the interview.
Season 1, Episode 3a
Gregory sits down with former Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir for her first candid conversation since her retirement. They explore her nearly four decades as an elections director for Travis County; her views on the state of elections today, and how she thinks election administration can improve in the future. Co-hosts John, Cameron, and Genya offer their reflections on part 1 of the 2-part interview.
Season 1, Episode 2
The ballot grants us access to democracy but what does it mean when voters cannot access the ballot? Cameron and John break down the obstacles faced by voters with disabilities, what election officials are doing to improve accessibility, and how technology can help. From Nicholas Silver’s story about voting as a blind man in Missouri to questions from DMDV listeners, you will learn what needs to be done to make voting accessible to all Americans and what you can do to help.
Season 1, Episode 1
Greg and Cameron unpack the partial myth of widespread voting from beyond the grave in Dead Men Don’t Vote’s inaugural episode. Later, they discuss what Russia’s invasion of Ukraine says about elections before sharing “The Good Stuff,” bits of happy news from the world of elections.
Season 1, Episode 0
Welcome to Dead Men Don’t Vote, the podcast where the American voter has the opportunity to understand how elections really work and how you can help improve the process and restore confidence in American democracy. Your co-hosts are Gregory Miller, Cameron Quinn and John Sebes.
“The entire system of elections is for the most part set around the whole construct of having all the Foxes guarding the henhouse.” –Cameron Quinn