Well-meaning efforts to get people to the polls might be making Washington less representative

Every election season, pundits are fixated on polls and candidates. But as Chicago Harris Assistant Professor Anthony Fowler explains, there’s a more fundamental issue that isn't receiving much attention: Who will, or will not, turn out to vote—and what does it mean for the country? In the second installment of Radio Harris, Prof. Fowler shares what he’s learned about the surprising effects of get-out-the-vote efforts, what the US could learn from Australia and what it’ll all mean on Election Day.