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Social Spitball Show: Michael Fjetland (D-TX)/Maxey Scherr (D-TX) for Senate

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Show host Bram Sarkowski will be joined again by co-hosts George Fisher and Barbara Dantonio as they welcome both Michael Fjetland (D-TX) & Maxey Scherr (D-TX), as our featured guests for this episode.  These two will come on at separate times as they are both running for the same nomination to replace Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX).

Other newsworthy guests will be joining us as well.  

In particular, Congressman G.K. Butterfield has been very fiery as of late in his defense against what he describes as actions that "...offend what we are as Americans."  

This weekend, Congressman Butterfield granted an interview with The Social Spitball Show as facilitated by George Fisher.  We are excited to share this interview with you all!

Bram would like to bring up the Racial Justice Act, the taking of voting rights of Ex-Felons who have served their time, and the verdicts in both the Jordan Davis and the Trayvon Martin cases in Florida.  ALEC-sponsored laws like "Stand Your Ground" in Florida will certainly be brought up.

 NOTE:  If we don't get to Bram's issues listed above, be sure to tune in to a "Followup Hour" on Thursday, February 27 at the same time slot of 7pm Eastern Time Zone.  Bram will be leading the discussion and will be glad to take your calls (you can find this followup hour show in the upcoming episodes section of Bram Sarkowski's blogtalkradio.com profile page)

We will discuss a variety of other issues related to candidate filing periods and upcoming primaries in many states across this nation.

Join us!!



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