Reverend Canon Albert Ogle, of the St. Paul Foundation for International Reconciliation, talks about the anti-gay legislation proposed in Uganda, and the hazards that it poses the LGBT community. He implicates Evangelical congregations in Orange County, CA, and challenges the current leadership of Exodus International for continuing to support a political movement that has resulted in extra judicial killing of gays.
Voters of all stripes and ages are interviewed about where they first registered to vote and why they are voting on this day. The show opens with UCI Chancellor Michael Drake, when he was motivated by the civil rights movement in his day. The show closes with Dr. Nat Kurnick recollecting when at age 14 he saw FDR and later put in his first 70 years of voting.