In this episode, Lanhee recaps the midterm elections and talks about how Republicans should address health care reform going forward. His guests are James Hohmann, a reporter at the Washington Post, who provides his reflections and analysis of the results of the midterm elections, and Neil Newhouse, Republican pollster and partner at Public Opinion Strategies, who shares insights from polling in the wake of the 2018 election, and takes us behind the scenes of the polling industry to talk about lessons learned from past election cycles.

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In the first episode of Crossing Lines, Lanhee explains how he came up the with the name of his podcast and shares a little bit of his own background and journey. He interviews House Speaker Paul Ryan about the upcoming midterm elections, accomplishments of the Republican-led House, and the future of the conservative movement. He ends the podcast with some observations about Ryan and where things stand in key U.S. Senate campaigns with just a few weeks left before Election Day.

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Introducing the Crossing Lines podcast, hosted by Lanhee Chen. This podcast will cross the line between politics and policy; we’ll talk about what it takes to get campaigns across the line to a successful outcome; we need to cross some lines and boundaries to fix our politics.

Lanhee Chen is a policy expert, academic, and political commentator. Chen currently serves as the David and Diane Steffy Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Director of Domestic Policy Studies and Lecturer in the Public Policy Program at Stanford University, and Lecturer in Law at Stanford Law School.

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