The 905er Podcast

The Race For Hamilton - Keanin Loomis

September 13, 2022

In the run up to the municipal election on October 24th we want to give our listeners the opportunity to hear directly from candidates in some of the most hotly contested and important races. Unfortunately we simply can’t cover every candidate in every race, but there are certain high profile races where we hope to bring you interviews with the candidates who seem to us to be among the front runners.

Nevertheless, exactly who we interview will depend as much on the candidates as on us. We can only interview those willing to be interviewed. We hope to speak to the three frontrunners in the race for Mayor of Hamilton, but only time will tell if all three would like to be interviewed. But we're kicking off today with an interview with Keanin Loomis. Keanin certainly got out of the gate early, and has been up front with policy ideas since day one. Will that be enough to tip the balance towards him and away from names that may be more familiar?

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The Quadrafonics: fantastic opening and closing tunes!

 

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