Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Election Coverage tonight

As seen on TVElection Coverage on KMUD

This Tuesday, November 6, 2012, KMUD once again teams up with Access Humboldt to bring you election results and discussion. From 8 to 11 pm KMUD will be sending a video stream from studio B the will show on Channel 11 on the Suddenlink cable system. Unfortunately Access Humboldt is not able to make a video stream available on the internet.


8 pm
Hosts: Eric Kirk, Ed Denson, Liz Davidson and Terri Klemetson

@ 8 pm live in studio! Cinnamon O'Neill Paula, local organizer for the Educate Our State Campaign, Yes on both Prop. 30 and 38. She will talk about the campaign's plans if either or both Propositions pass.
@ 8: 30 pm : Rosa Rashall and Isis Austin with the Prop. 37 campaign, both women are calling in from the campaign party in San Francisco
9 pm
Hosts: Charlie Custer, Jared Rossman and (Terri Klemetson or Dave Brooksher)
9:03 pm Margaret Koster with Measure F, measure to end corporate rule and defend democracy, calling from the Ukiah Democratic Headquarters (707-463-3367)
9 pm – 9:30 pm Fort Bragg City Council candidates, Scott Deitz (maybe), Doug Hammerstrom (confirmed) , and Rex Gressett
9:30 - 10 pm
Jay Costa with http://maplight.org/
Mr. Costa will talk about money and campaigns, the specific funders for CA Initiatives, and how the ballot is influenced by corporate/private spending.
10 pm
Hosts: Jimmy Durschlag and Dennis Huber and Terri Klemetson
10:05 pm Dan Roberts, Congressional Candidate running against Jared Huffman (Del Norte, Humboldt, Marin, Mendocino, Sonoma, & Trinity counties) , (confirmed)
10:15 Tom Lynch, CA State Assembly candidate (from Guerneville), challenging Chesbro (confirmed)
10: 20 Assembly-member Jared Huffman, Congressional Candidate (2nd Congressional seat) (confirmed)
10:30 Wesley Chesbro?
10:30 – 11 pm
Candidates for Willits City Council
Madge Strong (confirmed)
Other candidates possibly calling-in: Bruce Burton, Victor Hanson, Holly Madrigal, Morris Kaplan
10:58 pm
Access Humboldt says good –bye!
11 pm – 2 am
Live Election Results from KMUD's Studio B and music in between.

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