Jay and Sean wish the Texas State Legislature good luck on its first day in session and discuss the local ramifications of COVID in Montgomery County. Next comes a follow-up report on the "Capitol storm" event, and Sean presents his "What's Going to Kill Us This Week?" segment.
Amy and Sean go over the ins and outs of the local election and the election in general coming up real soon. Be sure to be registered and ready when the times come to #Vote!
Sean and Amy start out talking about the Democratic and Republican party conventions for the 2020 Presidential election. They also branch off into other areas, finishing up with conventions and thoughts on the future.
Amy and Bryan discuss the politicization of the Covid-19 pandemic. This question brought to them by viewers email. If you have a political question you would like them to talk about please email them at WoodlandsPurplePolitics@Gmail.com
Ever wonder what a political convention is or how each party sets these events up? In this episode we dive into the inner workings of each party. We aim at helping the community better understand how political parties work, while going over the structure of the state and local parties.
Meet the host of Purple Politics, Republican Bryan Christ and Democrat Amy Hamrick Lewis. Purple politics aims to be a place for all sides to discuss political issues as well as political educating the community.
Political discussion in The Woodlands between the Red, Republican - Bryan Christ, and the Blue, Democrat - Amy Hamrick Lewis. On the show they will cover not only global, national and state politics but also local politics.