Sunday’s Guests (Oct. 28): Swing states, the electoral college, Obama’s plan for a second term, the myth of voter fraud

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Tomorrow on Up w/ Chris Hayes we’ll be discussing the merits of the electoral college system, and we’ll examine how it has skewed presidential elections. We’ll look forward to what a second term for President Obama might look like if he’s re-elected. And we’ll discuss the conservative myth of voter fraud, focusing in particular on one of the central figures behind the conservative misinformation campaign.

Joining Chris at 8am ET tomorrow will be:

Heather McGhee (@hcmcghee), vice president of the progressive think tank Demos.

Ari Berman (@ariberman), contributor to The Nation magazine and author of “Herding Donkeys: The Fight to Rebuild the Democratic Party and Reshape American Politics.”

Bertha Lewis (@theblackinst), former CEO of ACORN and founder and president of The Black Institute.

Hendrik Hertzberg (@RickHertzberg), senior editor and staff writer at “The New Yorker.”

Ilyse Hogue (@ilyseh), co-Director of Friends of Democracy (a 2012 initiative to build political power around the issue of money in politics), former senior adviser to Media Matters for America and former director of political advocacy and communications for MoveOn.org.

Avik Roy (@aviksaroy), member of Mitt Romney’s health care policy advisory group, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, and author of “The Apothecary,” the Forbes blog on health care and entitlement reform.

Akhil Amar, Sterling Professor of Law at Yale Law School, Author of “America’s Constitution: A Biography.”

Jane Mayer (@newyorker), staff writer at “The New Yorker.”

Katherine Guthrie is a production assistant for Up w/ Chris Hayes.

Sunday's Guests (Oct. 28): Swing states, the electoral college, Obama's plan for a second term, the myth of voter fraud

Updated