Campaign managers explain what’s next for those ballot measures you just voted on

Campaign managers explain what’s next for those ballot measures you just voted on

This week on the Beacon podcast, Ben and Mike continue their conversation with four of the campaign managers for measures that were on the ballot last week, including a discussion of what’s next for each of these issues.

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