Blue Wind on a Red Prairie
Nebraska is a deep red state that hasn’t gone Democratic in a presidential contest in over 50 years. So how can the minority party become relevant in state politics? Enter Jane Kleeb. She married a Nebraska rancher and went on to lead the successful state resistance blocking the Keystone Pipeline. Now she’s been elected the chair of the state Democratic Party. Can she change her party’s fortunes?
Aired: 10/24/16Video has closed captioning.