Posted Wednesday, September 10, 2008
This Thursday, Democratic party insiders will vote to name a replacement for the late Stephanie Tubbs Jones' on the the November ballot. It's a process, however, that so far has been marked by closed door meetings and backroom dealings. On the Sound of Ideas® we'll talk with party leaders and others in the 11th Congressional District about the process to find a replacement for Tubbs Jones and try to get a handle on what the candidates vying for the job would do if chosen. The Democratic Party's nominee faces only token Republican opposition in the November general election, so this week's executive committee decision will likely identify the district's next representative in Congress. Join the conversation Wednesday morning at nine on 90.3.
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