No, we weren’t consuming alcoholic beverages in the KYMN studio yesterday while recording our post-election show/podcast.
But you’ll probably think so after listening to us.
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Our radio show/podcast, Locally Grown, usually airs Wednesdays at 5:30 PM on KYMN 1080 AM and on Fridays at 4 PM on KRLX 88.1 FM.
Hey Griff –
Here are the websites that the guys from South Central College offered as examples:
http://www.opportunitycommunity.com/, http://www.owatonnadevelopment.com/ and http://www.mspprospector.com/directions.htm
For a brief summary of the Forum, see my post on the NDDC’s website:
Griff: I believe it was you, in the podcast, that said Victor had NOT won in his own precinct in 2006 … That would be incorrect. He won , in our precinct, by almost 100 votes in 2006 (86 might be the absolutely accurate number).
I think there is a significant statement embedded in our precinct’s vote FOR Victor; it shows their preference when people DO know him, as opposed to those who vote based on what they THINK they know about him.
There is no doubt that Victor is a ‘lightning rod’ for opinion; I just wanted you to have the correct information.
A comment on another portion of your questions in your general discussion re: Rhonda Pownell’s base… it is interesting to note that her numbers predominance, precinct by precinct, matches exactly through the top five votes/precincts with Jeff Quinell’s numbers predominance in those same precincts. Maybe just a coincidence, but it may also be relevant to a book Ross and I recently read, called “The Big Sort”, which deals with people “sorting” themselves into communities of interest.
Fun show as usual; keep up the good work!
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