A glance at Paulette Jordan’s career might tip you to the fact she’s a bit of an anomaly. Yes, she’s a gunslinging, horse-riding single mother. But the 38-year-old Idahoan is also running to become America’s first Native American governor, ever. For this episode of Undercurrent we traveled to Idaho to follow Jordan as she attempted to make history.

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Producer, editing: Dorian Geiger
Senior Producer: Alex Clark

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Alex Clark

Alex Clark is a video journalist and filmmaker covering social inequality, the internet and American politics. He's a Senior Producer at GMG and instructs video at Columbia Journalism School.

Dorian Geiger

Dorian Geiger is a New York-based digital journalist. The New York Times, VICE, Al Jazeera English, AJ+, The Guardian, Politico, The Daily Beast, TIME, the BBC, NowThis & NBC have featured his work.

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