After four years, many voters haven’t quite seen the “change” they were hoping for from an Obama presidency. But a Republican takeover of the oval office would mean the reversal of every policy battle progressives have won—from the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell to the Affordable Care Act. Nation editor and publisher Katrina vanden Heuvel lays out why voting to keep Obama in office doesn’t mean compromising voter values, but rather preserving the opportunity to keep fighting.

On Wednesday, October 17 at 7pm, vanden Heuvel will join a panel discussion featuring Chris Hayes, Ilyse Hogue, John Nichols and Patricia Williams, moderated by Richard Kim. Watch the full video here live, and if you’re in New York City, come to The New School to see them in person.

—Christie Thompson