National politicsComments Off on Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty on why he supports Senator John McCain
Tim Pawlenty, Governor of Minnesota, joined Charlottesville Right Now to discuss why he believes Senator John McCain should be the next President of the United States of America on Tuesday, October 15th. At one point, Pawlenty’s name was mentioned as a potential vice presidential candidate. Now, he’s the co-chair of the McCain campaign.
Waynesboro Police Officer Mark Kearney, joined Charlottesville Right Now on Tuesday, October 14th to discuss the Book Em Foundation. The non-profit group seeks to reduce crime rates by boosting literacy rates. They recently held their 3rd annual festival in Lebanon, New Hampshire.
Dan Olmsted, Editor & Founder of the Age of Autism, a daily web newspaper covering autism as an environmentally-induced, treatable illness, joined Charlottesville-Right Now host Coy Barefoot to discuss possible connections between autism and vaccines.
National politicsComments Off on RNC Chair Mike Duncan on Senator John McCain’s chances
Mike Duncan is the current chair of the Republican National Committee. He appeared on the October 13th edition of WINA’s “Charlottesville–Right Now!” to discuss his candidate’s chances in the Presidential election.
National politicsComments Off on Jason Furman, Senior Economic Advisor to Barack Obama on Charlottesville Right Now
Jason Furman, Senior Economic Advisor to Barack Obama on Charlottesville Right Now joined Coy Barefoot to discuss the upcoming Presidential Election and the economy. Furman is on leave from the Brookings Institution during the campaign.
UncategorizedComments Off on Brian Wheeler of Charlottesville Tomorrow on the water supply, TDRs and more
Brian Wheeler, Executive Director of Charlottesville Tomorrow, joins Coy Barefoot on WINA’s Charlottesville–Right Now every Tuesday to talk about growth and development in Charlottesville and Albemarle County.