Mark Bowden and Matthew Teague are co-authors of The Steal: The Attempt to Overturn the 2020 Election and the People Who Stopped It. They join us tonight on We’re Speaking to talk about their new book, the anniversary of January 6th, and the state of our nation in 2022.


Tune in at 7 PM ET / 4 PM PT on YouTube, Twitter, or Facebook.

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Maya May

Maya May is a stand-up comedian, writer, teacher, and host on a mission to fix America’s institutions by roasting those who created them: sad white men. She is optimistic for a better future and furious enough to fight for it. As co-host of The Lincoln Project's We're Speaking, she has interviewed scholars, policy experts, and politicians, including Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee and former National Domestic Policy Director Cecilia Muñoz. Whether talking about the challenges of tackling white nationalism in our schools or the importance of re-authorizing critical legislation like the Violence Against Women Act, Maya's eternal question is, "so we gonna fix this or nah?"

Lisa Senecal

Lisa Senecal is a writer, strategic communications consultant, and a recovering political campaign professional having worked on gubernatorial, US House and Senate
campaigns, and statewide policy initiatives. She is an outspoken advocate for lifting up the voices of those on the margins and for women, BIPOC, and LGBTQ folk to have not one, but many seats at the table. As co-host of The Lincoln Project’s We’re Speaking, she talks with policy makers, experts, activists, and Americans facing the issues our country must confront, but works hard to avoid: racism, misogyny, white supremacy, domestic terrorism, and the ongoing, existential threat to our democracy that is Trumpism and the GOP’s plunge into authoritarianism.


There is no time for complacency.

There is no time for living room activism. Every day must be spent asking ourselves if we’re doing our part, if we’re doing enough to ensure that the grand idea called America continues.

Thank you for joining us in this fight.