First an apology is in order. The MyViewMatters Radio Show is usually uploaded each Wednesday night and in this case it is late. For you avid listeners my apologies as I have been extremely time restrained with the campaign efforts in my District 28 House Race, the new job, and keeping up with the blog. The last few months have been challenging to say the least but everything eventually levels out and is now in the process of doing just that. Thanks for your patience.
Wednesday's show was with Dr. James Buckmaster who is running in the Democratic primary against Jack Conway and Dan Mongiardo. I must admit I was somewhat surprised with Dr Buckmaster. Having not known much about him other than the usual periphery glance on candidates there really was not much to look at.
Additionally, our custom is to meet with guests pre show to kind of get a feel for each other and in this case Dr. Buckmaster's schedule did not allow for it. In short this show was a first glance and first meet show with no prep work.
Honestly? It went great.
Dr. Buckmaster is someone who is in touch with the issues of Kentucky, has a great passion for changing the way government is now being run, and sincerely wants your vote.
Tune in below for the show and let us know what you think.
As always thanks for listening.
PS the show will be preempted this Wed April 28 due to WKJK's contractual obligation to air baseball in our time slot. We will return in 2 weeks on May 5. Additionally there will be 1 more week of preempted programming on May 12 for baseball.
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