Keeler Show Notes for Thursday, June 2nd, 2016
Thursday, June 2nd, 2016
6 AM Hour
We talk local and national politics - it is all very interesting.
Utica Police arrested seven men for alleged lewd behavior in a city park. We do not understand it.
A grandfather took home the wrong child from school.
We talk with Fox News' Rachel Sutherland about Election 2016. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are neck and neck.
The Gabby Cabby, Peter Franklin, joins us with the perspective from a taxi cab driver in New York City.
7 AM Hour
We speak with Washington Post reporter Max Ehrenfreund about his theory that Trump is scaring Americans.
Happy Birthday to:
- Sean Grant from Whtiesboro
- Gabriella Marchesani from Westmoreland
- Madison O'Toole from New Hartford
Gabriella wins the gift certificate for a birthday cake from the Florentine Pastry Shop in Utica.
David in Whitesboro tries to win today's Free Money Question of the Day.
Shannon Walker joins us to talk about a documentary, "The War Comes Home," released last week, that examines the link between war veterans, PTSD, and suicide.
8 AM Hour
Tony Artessa joins us to talk about The Ride for Missing Children. It takes place on Friday, June 3, 2016 and our very own Producer Andrew will take part. Introduced this year is a mobile telethon using the telephone number (315) 624.RIDE.
Congressman Richard Hanna is in studio. He takes calls and answers questions ranging from the race for the NY22 seat that he is vacating to gerrymandering to the state of partisan politics in Washington, D.C.
Enjoy your day!