Jason Kander spoke to the National Farmers Union conference in his official capacity as the head of a voting rights nonprofit. Yet Monday's hometown address by the Democrat, which ranged from U.S. trade policy to college affordability, sounded more like a stump speech.
Monday, March 05, 2018
Keeping Up With Jason Kander
Public radio offers this quick check-in with a voting rights advocate and cable news pundit who didn't really have the patience or desire to dedicate years of his career to low-rent public service in Missouri . . . And so he risked a Senate run and crapped out . . . Now he's attempting to build enthusiasm as a candidate for some unknown and undisclosed office. Read more: