Election Coverage

Ask the Assembly candidates

Rob and Ken, hard at work.

Rob Woolsey and Ken Fate are re-wiring the air room to add extra microphones, because tonight, we’re going to have five Assembly candidates in here, answering your questions.

We’ll be on the air from 6:35 to 8 p.m. So, what do you want to know? Leave it as a comment here, or send it to us via e-mail, or ask them live on the air by calling 747-5877.

If you’re not in town, you can listen live via this website. Click the “Listen Live” button at the upper right.

Schedule (live at 6:35 p.m. each night):

Monday – Assembly candidates
Tuesday – Mayoral candidates
Wednesday – School board candidates

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