The Candidate Carts for the Extension Period were played as such:
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Candidate Carts are back! Please be advised: There has been a change made to the cart schedule by the LES, which affects the Weekend Schedule only. Please read the following Memo: M E M O R A N D U M Candidate Cart Extension Carts will be played on-air daily, according to the following schedule. Candidates
There were roughly 20 questions presented to the candidates by listeners over the last 2 weeks. Many of the questions were answered on-air during the forums, but not every candidate had the chance to respond to all questions. Everyone has since been given the opportunity to answer any or all questions brought forth by listeners.
Tune in and listen live to the upcoming on-air candidate forums on the following days; Listeners and members with questions for the candidates can send them in advance to the KPFT Local Election Supervisor Natalie Ortiz via email at [email protected] or leave a voicemail with your question at (713) 526-4000 ext. 313 Listen live to the candidate
M E M O R A N D U M TO: L. Joy Williams, National Election Supervisor FROM: Natalie Ortiz, KPFT Local Election Supervisor DATE: September 24, 2015 RE: Deb Shafto Fair Campaign Provision Violation On September 18th, it was brought to my attention via email that LSB Election Listener Candidate Deb Shafto was speaking
Listener-Sponsor Candidate Cart Schedule (as heard on-air daily) There are 14 candidates who submitted candidate carts. Each candidate shall be heard once in each of 5 time slots. No fewer than five (5) minutes per day shall be used for candidate carts except during fund drives when the minimum shall be three (3) minutes per day. xxxxxx–
The following are the KPFT Listener-Sponosored Candidate Promos as heard daily on-air!* (ordered alphabetically by first name) Anisa Faruqi Bill Crosier Dean Torres Deb Shafto **The Local Election Supervisor has determined that the candidate whose announcement you just heard violated the Fair Campaign Provisions of the Pacifica Foundation, but that the