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Senator Barbara Mikulski announced she wouldn't be running for a sixth term as Senator for Maryland. Then Representative Donna Edwards (MD-District 4) announced she would run, along with Representative Chris Van Hollen (MD-District 8), for the Mikulski's Senate seat. Whew! So who is going to represent Maryland's Congressional District 4 since Rep. Donna Edwards is running for the Mikulski's Senate seat? Former County Council Chair Ingrid Turner, MD State Delegates Jay Walker and Delegate Joseline Peña-Melnyk, Former PGCo States Attorney Glenn Ivey, and former Lt. Governor Anthony Brown have thrown their hats into the ring. That's a lot of candidates. All that matters is who the voters who reside in Maryland’s District 4 are likely to vote for, but who exactly is that? Prince George's County and Anne Arundel County Democrats, what say you? Republicans, who will you nominate?
Join PGC Blog Tuesday, April 7th at 7:30pm as Holden Wilen, award-winning investigative journalist and current managing editor of the Prince George's Sentinel newspaper, along with Neal Carter, Maryland political consultant, discuss who can win the Democratic Primary for this seat. Could a Republican win the actually seat? Call in or tweet in and tell us what you think.
Edward Bell For 5th District City Council- With the up and coming election for 2015, Edward Bell is a Rising Sun for the 5th District City Council. Edward Bell is a supporter of Progressive Education, Social Entrepreneurship, and Healthy Communities. Listen to the live broadcast today at 5pm. and the rebroadcast throughout the weekend. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/amencommunications/2015/04/03/edward-bell-for-5th-district-city-council
Our guests this morning are Candace Allen Nafissi and Christian Anthony Horvath, the two candidates in the election runoff for Redondo Beach District 3.
Candace Allen Nafissi is a 6-year resident of Redondo Beach and lifetime resident of the South Bay. She has earned a Master’s in Public Administration from California State University, Long Beach and is a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, a national political science honor society whose membership is based on academic achievement in political science.
Candace works as an Education & Policy Manager for the L.A. Area Chamber of Commerce. In this role, she assisted in securing a $264MM investment in California for Early Education by leading a team of businesses statewide and nationally, advocating for the LA region. This was the first investment in California for early education in almost a decade. She has been a Historical Commissioner for the City of Redondo Beach for two years. .
Christian Anthony Horvath is a husband, father, small business owner and volunteer. He currently serves on the Redondo Beach Harbor Commission, is the Vice President of the North Redondo Beach Business Association and the organizer for TEDxRedondoBeach. Christian has been recognized for his community service with the 2011 Leadership Redondo Janet Johnson Spirit Award and the 2013 Redondo Beach Volunteer of the Year Award. In 2009, Horvath launched Champ Creative LLC, a thriving boutique advertising and graphic design firm.
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Join Cultural Conversations as I welcome political candidate, community engager, and educator, Barbara A. Taylor-Wells to the studio. Barbara A. Taylor-Wells is an incumbent vying for her seat to represent Kankakee School District 111 as school board president. Barbara will give us her perspective on the race, why she is engaged in the political process at the local levels, and why it is important for all to become aware of the role politics have on the lives of people.
Cultural Conversations Radio Show is hosted and produced by Dr. Verona Mitchell. Verona teaching and research interest is in women issues, critical race theory and diversity. She is Founder/CEO of CulTives & Associates, LLC and Cultural Conversations Radio.
Opening Day is almost here!
The Rising Apple Report is stoked the season is less than 5 days away, and what better way to conduct the 98th episode than a preview of the first Metsian series against the Nationals of the America's Capitol? With Mike Lecolant hosting, he will welcome the Co-Editor of the Fansided Nats fan site District on Deck, Mr. Ricky Keeler.
The two will preview the series from a pitching and offensive perspective, Ricky's opinion on the Nats' offseason transactions, his prediction for 2015, his opinion about the Mets, plus much much more.
After we say goodbye to Ricky (as he must dash off to his Yanks Go Yard radio show!) Mike will welcome Rising Apple staff writer Ryan Punzalan. They'll discuss the latest Mets news, including the lefty relievers trades and the state of the roster as camp winds down.
And don't forget we'll discuss the '98 Mets!
So, join us at 8pm ET for the latest edition of the Rising Apple Report!
Jump "in the Pickle Barrel" Wednesday morning at 8AM-10AM EST with me as I welcome politico, former politial candidate, Middle East Veteran and pilot, Will Breazeale as we take a look at the SC District 63 race, the ISIS terrorist and more. Who leads the race for the SC House 63 District race? Who will win the seat? What will the winner do when he gets to Columbia? Why isn't there a woman in the race? Why are we having a white only race?
You hear all the "stuff" on talk shows. You hear what is happening on the new age internet radio programs. You read and listen to the mainstream media outlets. What is happening? This and more will be awaiting you "In the Pickle Barrel".
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