Press Kit

Artwork by Matthew Weflen.

Artwork by Matthew Weflen.

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Two Broads Talking Politics is a podcast by two progressive Midwestern moms (Sophy, a Millennial, & Kelly, Generation X) who interview Democratic candidates up and down the ballot and all over the country, along with progressive activists and authors.

The Details



Download / Subscribe:
The show can be listened to directly from the website, as well as subscribed and listened to on most podcast platforms, such as Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, and Spotify. Episodes are also released on youtube.

Two Broads Talking Politics releases episodes three times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

#VoteHerIn segments on the movement to elect our first woman POTUS air every other Friday. For further information, download the #VoteHerIn fact sheet.

Social Media:
Facebook: | Over 1,600 followers
Twitter: @twobroadstalk | Over 25,000 folloers
Instagram: | Over 350 followers
For information about Rebecca Sive, #VoteHerIn co-host, visit:

Listener Demographics:
We have a national audience, although slightly skewed toward the Midwest. Our listeners are about 70% women, mostly aged 35-55, and typically parents. They are deeply interested in electoral political and political activism. Many have volunteered with candidate or issues-based campaigns.

Notable Guests:

Cast and Crew

Two Broads Talking Politics is recorded, produced and edited by:

  • Kelly Pollock, of Chicago, Illinois. Kelly, first of her name, smasher of the patriarchy, mother of 2 sons, wife of a Trekkie, leader of committees, warrior for social justice, dweller by the water, knitter of hats, Master of Religious Studies, co-host of TBTP.
  • Sophy Walker, of Madison, Wisconsin. By day, Sophy is a professional writer who lives in Wisconsin with her husband and young son; by night, she’s the co-host of TBTP. She has a BA in English, an MA in Religious Studies, and a deep and abiding interest in cats.
  • Rebecca Sive, co-producer and co-host of the #VoteHerIn series, is a noted women’s leadership strategist, speaker, and author of two books: Vote Her In: Your Guide to Electing Our First Woman President and Every Day is Election Day: A Woman’s Guide to Winning Any Office, from the PTA to the White House.

Original artwork is by Matthew Weflen of Chicago, Illinois.


Being on Two Broads Talking Politics is a casual conversation with two other moms reflecting on how normal citizens can get involved with the political process. Learn about women running for office at every level and leading groups like red shirt Moms Demand Action activists showing up in statehouses across the country fighting for gun reform.

-- Brenna O'Brien, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America volunteer

Love this podcast! They get me fired up and ready to fight the good fight. But delve in deep to conversations and discussions we need.

--Charity Haines, Listener in Illinois

So refreshing to have sane, factual conversations about politics rather than pre-conceived outraging that don't seem to get us anywhere. Both Kelly & Sophy are well researched in providing the right context & then bringing on experts to extend the conversations further. Was intriguing to understand public health not just form an internal but also an external view of citizens being away or serving & the impact it has on them.

--Chirag, posted on iTunes

When I’m in the mood for politics, I find myself turning to Two Broads Talking Politics a lot. It’s not just that they have great guests–they absolutely do, as you’ll see–but it’s the way the hosts, Kelly and Sophy, approach every subject. They’re genuinely interested in every person and topic they cover.

Even when covering fairly intense issues, they bring a warmth and sense of calm that I really appreciate. There’s a fair amount of outrage in the world, on social media, and on the airwaves, which is decidedly just, but it’s hard to take 24/7. This podcast allows you to get to know what’s happening in the political scene but without all the drama.

--TokyoSand, posted on Political Charge