Thursday, January 03, 2008


Welcome to the first day of Campaign 2008. Be you republican, democrat, independent, or green, this is a much anticipated year. Today my home state, Iowa, has the honor of casting their vote at the Iowa Caucus.

KMSU listening range includes Northern Iowa, and we have heard from many Iowan Shuffle Function listeners over the years, so here is a link to the official Iowa Caucus 2008 web page:

This site will answer a LOT of your questions, but if it doesn't there are a few other places you can turn to. Look in your local newspaper. They will have the locations of your caucus available for you. If that doesn't work for you call your city offices and ask where you need can attend the caucus. If you happen to live in a bigger city, and you are affiliated with a party (i.e. you are a republican, democrat, etc) then you may have a DFL or IR campaign office set up in your town. Stop by there or give them a call - they will definitely help you out. If all else fails, ask your neighbors. Maybe you can carpool?

Allright, I have got to post this and get on with the morning show. Congratulation Iowa listeners for engaging yourselves with our country's future. Now get on the phone and encourage your friends and neighbors to do the same!!!!


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