Star Trek's George Takei's Influence on an LA City Council Election

Star Trek's George Takei's Influence on an LA City Council Election

By Dave Tilton

Can animated, "idealized" versions of political figures sway the average voter? 30 Sep 2016 // 2:45 AM

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