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On part two of this weeks’ Outlaw Radio Network/Kitsap Sun
Podcast, Paul and KDawg spend an hour talking with State
Representative Christine Rolfes. Rolfes, currently up for
re-election against James Olson, talks about how she felt about
voting to overturn the supermajority required for new taxes, her
thoughts on the initiatives on the ballot and funding the Ferry
System. She also answers questions about her work to help
military families and budget issues facing the state.
The Kitsap Sun Podcast offers highlights from our weekly show, held every Sunday night from 7-11pm. The podcast will focus on local issues and discussion, and as always, we welcome your input. Feel free to email us, email@example.com.
Our local coverage is part of our build up to the live election coverage we will be providing on the Kitsap Sun’s web site (www.kitsapsun.com). Tune in for live, updated numbers, interviews with the winners and losers and instant analysis. Live, broadcast election coverage will be on November 2nd, starting at 7 p.m. and continuing until the final numbers are in.
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(Our earlier interview with Sumner Schoenike, which is referenced during this podcast, did not happen, as we were unable to reach Mr. Schoenike for his scheduled interview. We apologize for any inconvenience, and will attempt to reschedule him before the election if possible.