The Ocean State Current Launches its “Election Waves” Interview and Debate Series
Launch of “Election Waves” Interview and Debate Series
Candidates for Coventry School Committee Special Election Featured
Ron St. Pierre and Ken Block headline debate moderators
Cranston, RI – Which candidates are making waves in the Ocean State? The nonpartisan Ocean State Current announced today that it will broadcast the first of its series of Election Waves interviews and debates tonight at 7:00 PM EST at OceanStateCurrent.com/CoventryD1.
Featured this evening will be the Coventry District-1 School Committee May 3 Special Election. Candidates Ana Isabel dos Reis-Couto and Bethany Chatterley join Mike Stenhouse for back-to-back 1-on-1 interviews on a special election-year version of his popular In The Dugout podcast.
The goal of Election Waves is to encourage more informed participation by citizens in the upcoming election process.
Former radio personality and station executive Ron St. Pierre will anchor the debate moderator team and will be regularly joined by:
- Moderate Party founder and former gubernatorial candidate Ken Block
- Former Democratic State Representative Thomas Palangio
- Former Republican State Representative Anthony Giarrusso
Mike Stenhouse will conduct 1-on-1 interviews on his In The Dugout video podcast.
The Current believes candidates for public office deserve an opportunity to inform voters of their policy positions. An open invitation is extended to all federal, state, General Assembly, and school committee candidates; interested candidates can request an interview by sending an email to OceanStateCurrent@RIFreedom.org from the email address listed on their official Board of Elections filing.
In order to comply with IRS tax-exempt nonprofit guidelines, the RI Center for Freedom & Prosperity (operator of The Ocean State Current) will remain impartial and nonpartisan when it comes to candidates and elections. The Center and The Current never support or oppose any political candidate.
For more information on The Current’s Election Waves policies, go to OceanStateCurrent.com/ElectionWaves.
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