New polling for a handful of state Senate races shows a majority of voters say fair wages and full funding for schools are issues they are focused on. Public Policy Polling looked at seven contested Senate races, where two out of three voters said they are likely to choose and candidate supportive of a minimum wage increase, and three out of four voters who are likely to choose a candidate that backs closing tax loopholes to fully fund public schools. Mike Kink of Strong Economy for All, and Jamaica Miles, a parent leader with Citizen Action and the Alliance for Quality Education, joined us to discuss.

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