Ballot Issue 2 and Ballot Issue 48 Featured on Focus

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

October 25, 2011

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Ballot Issue 2 and Ballot Issue 48 Featured on Focus

 

 

CINCINNATI - Focus, CET's bi-monthly public affairs program will take a look at several issues on the November 8, 2011 ballot.

 

Focus: Ballot Issue 2, the first of two Focus election programs, features program host Kathy Lehr in discussion with David Pepper and Greg Rogers about Issue 2 which addresses Ohio State Bill 5 and Collective Bargaining. The representatives from both sides of the issue will offer their views. Focus: Ballot Issue 2 will air November 3, from 9 to 9:30pm on CET.

 

Focus: Ballot Issue 48 & A Conversation with Representatives from Three Local Board of Elections, will be broadcast November 3 from 9:30 to 10pm on CET. During the first half of this program, Focus host Kathy Lehr talks with David D. Dawson and Stephan Louis about Ballot Issue 48, the Cincinnati Streetcar/Passenger Rail Transportation amendment. Followed by a discussion with representatives from three local Board of Elections about why it is important to vote and what individuals need to do to cast a vote properly.

 

 

Focus Election Programs

 

Election programming on CET has been made possible by support from The Stephen H. Wilder Foundation.

 

Videos will be available for streaming at www.CETconnect.org/elections after broadcast.

 

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