In this Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016 photo, voters fill out their general election ballots at a polling place in Bradfordton, Ill. The state where both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton used to live may still be reliably Democratic when it comes to picking a president. But drill a little deeper, and it's clear how much things changed even in Illinois on Tuesday, just like they did elsewhere in the U.S. Donald Trump won a dozen more counties than Mitt Romney did in 2012, and he won several counties that went for Obama four years ago, including a county that hasn't backed the GOP presidential candidate in at least a quarter century.(AP Photo/Seth Perlman-File)
Lawyer with the Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, Kevin Shenkman, joins us to talk about Santa Rosa’s unfair elections charges.