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Sara K and Dan Martel

One Small Step conversation partners Sara K (32) and Dan Martel [no age given] discuss religion, their careers, and how their life experiences have shaped their political views.

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Laurie Meininger and Pete Montaño

One Small Step conversation partners Laurie Meininger (65) and Pete Montaño (68), talk about travel, family life, voting rights, gun control and gun ownership and the tension between individual freedom and personal responsibility.

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Elizabeth Anderson and Lisette Johnson

One Small Step conversation partners Lisette Johnson (65) and Elizabeth Anderson (53) have a conversation about underlining issues of racism and the issue of domestic violence.

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Jennifer Einolf and Jim Selzer

One Small Step Partners Jennifer Einolf (57) and Jim Selzer (81) discuss their backgrounds and beliefs, their shared value of connecting across difference, the nuances of their ever-evolving political and party identities, and reflect on what they've learned from one...

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01:15:42
Chuck McAfee and Tiffany Gray

One Small Step partners Tiffany Gray (43) and Chuck McAfee (81) share a conversation about their backgrounds and political beliefs. They also talk about friends they have in common and their families homesteading in the region.

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Shalako Powers and Chaitna Sinha

One Small Step conversation partners Chaitna Sinha (44) and Shalako Powers (44), talk about their family histories, the paradoxes and hypocrisies of political beliefs and about the pressures and concerns of raising daughters in these times.

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Mimi Kline and Louis Rose

One Small Step partners Mimi Kline (71) and Louis Rose (69) take turns sharing stories and perspective about some of America's most pressing issues including, gun violence, transgender rights, and voting fraud.

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Tracy Hall and Mary Balkema

Colleagues and One Small Step partners Tracy Hall (50) and Mary Balkema (55) talk about their careers in local politics, their perspectives on public service, and the life lessons they have taken away from their work.

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Carrie Hendrickson and Stacy Ward Lattin

One Small Step partners Carrie Hendrickson (58) and Stacy Ward Lattin (36) share their biggest influences, their political views, and their thoughts on diversity and equity.

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Dave McNaughton and Gary Brewer

One Small Step partners Dave McNaughton (69) and Gary Brewer [no age given] discuss gun violence in the United States, their personal political values, and what changes they hope to see in the US government.

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Charlene Saner and Jose Garth

In their One Small Step conversation, Charlene Saner [no age given] and Jose Garth (38) talk about what "old school" Republicanism looks like and where public support from the government fits in with community support for neighbors in need.

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Cindy Claycomb and Tammie Wray

One Small Step partners Cindy Claycomb (65) and Tammie "Sue" Wray (62) discuss how their views don't always align with their chosen political parties, their beliefs concerning gun violence, and their concerns about the current climate of polarization.

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Rochelle Newman and Ken Gleason

One Small Step conversation partners Rochelle Newman (84) and Ken Gleason (79) talk about politics, spirituality, the creative arts, and guns.

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Stephanie Martin-Ward and Paul Hurley

One Small Step conversation partners Stephanie Martin-Ward (50) and Paul Hurley (72) discuss their concerns for the future of the country and the need for more empathy.

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Curtis Puckett and John Carpenter

One Small Step participants John "Mark" Carpenter (64) and Curtis Puckett (55) discuss their upbringing, their political beliefs, and issues such as gun violence and wealth disparity.

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Timothy Hunter and Claire Ninde

One Small Step conversation partners Timothy "Tim" Hunter (63) and Claire Ninde (57) share life histories, political opinions and things they've learned from family members.