The David Justice Episode: Black Millennial Voting, Colored People & The Mayor’s Blue Lights

In the 23rd episode, Greg and Zettler are joined by Atlanta-born politico extraordinaire Tharon Johnson to dish on the early voter numbers and attempts by the presidential candidate to reach out to Black people. Johnson ran Atlanta mayor Kasim Reed’s successful campaign in 2008 (where Reed won by a few hundred votes) and was president Barack Obama’s southern regional director for his successful 2012 campaign.

Also, the crew dives into Georgia governor Nathan Deal’s “colored people” mea culpa and a recent investigation into Reed’s transportation practices.