Monitor covers AGENDA 2012
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From this weekend’s Capital Beat in the Sunday Monitor.
Listen up, voters
You may be thinking more about the beach and barbecues, but Grant Bosse of New Hampshire Watchdog is in election mode. And he’s hoping to get you there too.
Beginning Tuesday, Bosse (also a member of the Monitor’s Board of Contributors), will be on the Paul Wescott Show on WGIR-AM to discuss the top issues facing voters this fall. The two-week series will air weekday mornings and take up taxes, health care, education and other issues.
Wescott and Bosse are calling it AGENDA 2012. It’s scheduled to air at 7:40 a.m. the first morning, but no worries if you miss it live. The Josiah Bartlett Center, a free-market think tank where Bosse is a senior researcher, will post the entire series on newhampshirewatchdog.org,
“AGENDA 2012 isn’t about the candidates,” Bosse said in a written statement. “It’s about giving New Hampshire voters the information they need to question and challenge those candidates on the campaign trail.”
The Tuesday show will focus on jobs and the economy. To see a full schedule, visit newhampshirewatchdog.org.
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