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Jim Evans (MO-7) for Congress & Spike Ericson for Idaho House (HD-23B)

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Sunday is normally reserved for candidates for office or for public office holders.  This Sunday will be no different.  We'll start in Missouri and move northwest to Idaho.  No, this isn't the Oregon Trail, but it will be a worthy journey.

Our first guest is Jim Evans, fresh off a win in a primary for the seat he seeks in Congress in Missouri's 7th Congressional District.  Jim's practical approach to problem-solving obviously resonated with Missourians.  Now, with less than 90 days until Election Day on Tuesday, November 4, Jim Evans is back to make his appeal to Missouri voters.  We'll also discuss the "Amendment One" "Right to Farm" action that snuck its way in with craftily worded language that now opens up the opportunity for more factory farming and affects the individual gardener/farmer.  With his expertise in economics, statistics and farming, it will be valuable to hear his position on this and so many other issues.  Tune in just after 7pm Eastern to learn more about Jim and his vision for the Show Me State: http://jimevansforcongress.com/

Our second guest is Spike Ericson, who is a candidate for the Idaho House of Representatives, running in House District 23B.  Spike is a singer, songwriter, musician, family man and a man with a passion for Idahoans!  He's ready to stand up to special interests and represent all local communities in southwest Idaho.  Tune in after 8pm Eastern to hear more about his stance on the issues and his journey to the Idaho House of Representatives:  http://democracy.com/Spike-Ericson

No one is getting sick on this trail...only informed & inspired.  Let's get the conversation going...

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