GOP candidates for Senate get a taste of John and Ken


With just two weeks for voters to
decide which Republican should face off against Sen. Barbara Boxer in
November, candidates Chuck DeVore, Tom Campbell and Carly Fiorina
will make their pitches on KFI’s John and Ken Show.

The action starts at 2 p.m. and if past
shows are any indication, it should be a lively exchange.

U.S. Senate debate begins soon

The three GOP candidates vying for the U.S. Senate seat held by Barbara Boxer will meet for the first time in a few minutes for a radio debate.

Chuck DeVore, Tom Campbell and Carly
Fiorina will discuss national security, terrorism, and the economy from
noon to 1 p.m. on KTKZ’s The Capitol Hour with Eric Hogue.

Listen at www.ktkz.com

Congressional Dem candidates trail Republicans in generic ballot


Forty-four percent of voters would vote
for their congressional district’s Republican candidate while only 36
percent would vote for their district’s Democratic candidate,
according to the latest Generic Congressional Ballot poll by
Rasmussen Reports.

The 8-point Republican lead is a stark
reversal for Democrats compared to last year, who led Republicans 41
percent to 39 percent a year ago.

For more on the poll, check out:

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/mood_of_america/generic_congressional_ballot

GOP candidates for Boxer seat face off

The three Republican candidates vying to oust Sen. Barbara Boxer from her seat in the U.S. Senate will sound off Friday March 5 during a debate broadcast online.

Chuck DeVore, Tom Campbell and Carly Fiorina will discuss national security, terrorism, and the economy from noon to 1 p.m. at a Sacramento radio station. 

The show — KTKZ’s The Capitol Hour with Eric Hogue — will be broadcast online at ktkz.com.