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Radio talk show host John C. Scott about Local Politics on KVOI 1030 AM “The Voice”

Long time radio political talk show host John C. Scott is back.  He’s now broadcasting on KVOI 1030 AM on the dial, on Saturdays from 4 to 6 p.m. This past Saturday, April 14 he interviewed our own Blog for Arizona blogger attorney/journalist Larry Bodine. Listen to that show here.

JOHN C. SCOTT SHOW 4/14/2018: COMEY MEMOIR, MUELLER INVESTIGATION AND THE US STRIKE ON SYRIA HR. 1

“My first hour guests included Michelle Urbina, program coordinator at the UWTSA , Jeff Rogers, Tucson Attorney / Contributor, Larry Bodine, Journalist – Blog for Arizona”
His previous shows are archived now online at his website:

http://johncscottshow.com/

John started re-broadcasting on April 7 at this new venue.  Prior to this he was online at Tucson Progressive Media for several months since Nov. 2017, and previously, on various other radio stations, which I have reported on in the past.

If you as a listener want to call in to the show, the phone# is 520-790-2440.

Good luck with your new show John and producer Matt Laos. John’s son Mark Ulm is also helping with the website.

GOP Strategist Says Republicans May Lose in Races Across Arizona

Republican Strategist Sam Stone

Republican Strategist Sam Stone

Speaking on KVOI radio 1030 in Tucson, Republican strategist Sam Stone says there may be statewide losses for Republican candidates in the mid-term elections.

“I do think we’re heading into something of a [blue] wave. … If you’re in Wisconsin and other states, Democrats have been undervoting in the last three cycles now and they’re going to come out, absolutely. The question is, are Republicans? So far, the answer in the special elections has been ‘no.’ We’re fat and happy with the presidency,” he said. 

Stone is Chief of staff of Republican City Councilman Sal DiCiccio in Phoenix and a former campaign advisor to Martha McSally. He was interviewed on the John C. Scott political forum, which is now on the radio Saturdays 4 to 6 pm.

Asked if there will be a “blue wave” in Arizona, he said, “potentially a little bit.” He said Democrats may win the races for Secretary of State and Superintendent of Public Instruction.

The race for in Tucson’s CD2

He foresees a Republican defeat in Tucson’s Congressional District 2, even as he sneered, “the Democratic bench that is running in CD2 is pretty pathetically weak. You’ve got a carpetbagger and a bunch of people who Lea Marquez Peterson would normally slaughter. Whoever comes out of that may well win that race.”

The leading Republican contender is Lea Marquez-Peterson, the CEO of several Hispanic chambers of commerce and owner of bankrupt gas stations. See Fear Dominates Secret Tucson GOP CD 2 Congressional Candidate Forum.

Though people disagree, former congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick is seen as the Democratic front-runner in a primary contest with Mary Matiella, Billy Kovacs, Bruce Wheeler, Matt Heinz, Babara Sherry and others.

Stone said president Trump’s “waned popularity” is a problem for Marquez-Peterson. “Lea has the advantage of clarity that didn’t exist for Martha McSally in the last three years. … The electorate that first elected Martha McSally [in 2014], both in both the Republican primary and general election, is not the electorate that is enamored of Trump. You can run away from him. The electorate that is enamored of him is about 40% of the Republican primary base. She [Marquez-Peterson] has a relatively open primary, she really is not contested very much. So for her, doesn’t need to stray into Trump territory.”

President Trump’s base is “30% of the Republican primary base, and it incredibly strong with him. The rest of the folks who went along [with Trump] voted against Hillary Clinton and for Neil Gorsuch and for a conservative majority supreme court. If he continues to ignore and really inflame larger swaths of the country, those folks aren’t necessarily with him, that voted for him,” Stone said.

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Talk show host John C. Scott now online at Tucson Progressive Media

John C. Scott

Long time radio talk show host John C. Scott returned yesterday to his political broadcasting via Tucson Progressive Media online.  He will be hosting this show,

M to F, at high noon for one hour.  Listen live via their website:

www.tucsonprogressivemedia.com.

More info on Tucson Progressive Media from their FB page:

“Here you can find great programming of radio and podcast shows from Wisconsin, California, and of course Tucson, Arizona.

Just go to our Tucson Progressive Media website above and hit the blue button labeled “Click Here to Hear!” This takes you to the streaming site, click at the top in black the current show at (now playing).

Listen in on our great shows:

-Voices of the West (Weekly)
-Steve Leal’s All Things Political
(Weekly and live podcast Thurs 12-1 pm)
-Devils Advocate (Daily Radio show from M-F)
-Truth for America (Episodic Education shows playing)
-Zona Politics (Weekly)

and
-The John C Scott show (live Daily M-F 12-1 pm, except Thursdays).

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Progressive Radio in Tucson needs your support

TV star Jon “Bowzer” Bauman and John C. Scott, radio host at YWCA of Southern Arizona

“Help John C Scott continue to keep a Progressive Radio airing in Tucson on KEVT 1210 AM and Southern Arizona with Local Shows; John C Scott 3-5 pm Daily and Steve Leal’s All Things Politics and National hosts Thom Hartmann, Leslie Marshall and Stephanie Miller; as we need Operational funds in order to stay on the air as we work to Secure greater Investor Funds to Buy a Radio or TV Station for this Progressive format. Tucson’s format is attracting National and Worldwide attention and may help lead to a National Progressive Media expansion.”
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To donate any amount, go to the Go Fund Me campaign online: https://www.gofundme.com/progressive-radio-tucson?rcid=3da0bd132e714d84a3f045aa5c01b585. Only $40 raised so far, so please consider donating.

Carolyn’s note: John C. Scott’s  radio show (28 years of talk radio in Tucson) airs M to F 3 to 5 p.m, produced by Democratic activist Mathew Laos (who briefly had his own radio show). New website: http://www.tucsonprogressivemedia.com/

Only $45 to buy a new Bike in a Box for an underprivileged child

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“Lugo Charities Inc. and the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Lodge 385 is pleased to announce that it will be hosting the 8th Annual “Bike In A Box” Christmas event on Saturday, December 10, 2016 from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm at the Elk’s Lodge that is located at 1800 North Oracle Road.

A special invitation to 500 under-privileged children selected from youth organizations, schools, churches, and children-support agencies in the Greater Tucson area will be attending this special day of giving.

Santa and Mrs. Claus will arrive at 10:30 am to greet the children. Each child that has been pre-selected will receive one of five-hundred (500) bicycles that we are planning to give away, along with a bike safety helmet provided by Tucson Medical Center of the Children’s Miracle Network.

The bicycles will remain in the box so that the parents or guardians can, together with the child, assemble the bicycle in promoting the true Christmas spirit and teaching the children the basic assembly and adjustments to their new bike.”

Carolyn’s note: Talk show host John C. Scott (on new progressivevoice radio show KEVT 1210 AM on the dial) will be raising $ today and tomorrow (December 1 and 2) for this great effort. Organizer Jesse Lugo will be joining John on the radio and has been raising funds for these bikes for 7 years.  John & Jesse are pictured above in the circle, photo courtesy of Lugo Charities Inc.    You can call John’s radio show at 520- 807-7090/807-7094 to donate as well.

Donate minimum $45 for a bike online: https://secure.piryx.com/donate/vfry3pBZ/Jess-Lugo/

Or snail mail donation: Bike In A Box P.O. Box 26363 Tucson, AZ 85726

New radio show “What Matters” on KVOI The Voice

What Matters

radio host Matthew Laos

radio host Matthew Laos

hosted by Matthew Laos

“What Matters will be discussing the relevant Issues of the Day from the Economy to Entertainment to politics to education to the arts with great guests discussing “What Matters” and how it impacts our daily lives.”

Carolyn’s note:  Just found out about a new radio talk show hosted by young Democratic activist Matthew Laos. It’s on KVOI The Voice 1030 AM  on the dial, every Saturday from 5 to 6 p.m.

I just listened to Matt’s two previous shows (Aug. 27 and Sept. 3). He interviewed economists, educators, politicians (i. e. Ward 6 Councilman Steve Kovachik) and even former radio talk show host John C. Scott (former campaign manager for Pima County Attorney Barbara LaWall, who recently won her Dem primary on August 30, 2016).

Podcasts here: http://www.kvoi.com/podcast-window/?yourKey=1363784

Good luck to Matt on his new radio show.  Let us know “what matters” in Tucson and Southern Az.