Surviving the 2020 Election: Checking In

From Above the Noise.

The ramp up to the 2020 presidential election has been, well…stressful. The political divide was in full effect, and America is on edge. Our host, Myles Bess, reflects on the year leading up to the big day — and asks our audience how they are dealing with this historic moment.

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