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Nov 11 – KNSJ 89.1 FM San Diego Mayoral Candidate Forum


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It’s on again at the originally posted venue. Get YOUR question answered by the top San Diego Mayoral candidates. You can submit your question at the Event’s Facebook page.

KNSJ 89.1 FM and Cal Western, School of Law welcome the San Diego Mayoral candidates to an impartial and unbiased question and answer forum at 6:30 pm Monday Nov. 11, 2013 at Cal Western, School of Law at 350 Cedar, on the North side of Cedar St. between 3rd and 4th Ave., in the auditorium on the 3rd floor. The San Diego Free Press, La Prensa, Voice of San Diego, and KNSJ will ask the questions of mayoral candidates Kevin Faulconer, David Alvarez, and Mike Aguirre. Audience members will also be given time to ask questions. The forum will be broadcast live with audio on KNSJ 89.1 FM and video at www.knsj.org.

To get YOUR question answered either attend the debate in person and ask it during the audience portion, or add your question to our “Ask the Mayor” Facebook poll by liking KNSJ on Facebook www.facebook.com/knsjradio and/or following them on Twitter www.twitter.com/knsjradio. The question with the most votes will be asked at the debate. As a non-commercial media outlet KNSJ hopes to bring attention to issues and questions that the larger commercial media outlets often overlook or leave out.

Follow KNSJ on UStream here http://www.ustream.tv/channel/knsj to get an email notification when the video event goes live.

When
November 11, 2013 beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Where
California Western School of Law

Contact: Martin Eder 619-871-9354 or Kali Katt 619-283-1100 / info@knsj.org

About KNSJ’s “People Powered Radio”
KNSJ Radio 89.1 FM, Descanso is a listener-supported, community-based, non-commercial educational radio station of, by and for the richly diverse people in the San Diego border region. The mission of KNSJ is to Network for Social Justice by providing high quality radio for those people and viewpoints which have traditionally been excluded by the commercial media, especially those cultural, ethnic and social groups who have been historically marginalized.

Initial tests of KNSJ’s signal, with Descanso as its city of license, estimates that one million San Diegans can hear the station in their car or residence. KNSJ 89.1 FM can be heard in East County, Descanso, Guatay and Pine Valley, Mission Valley, Hillcrest, Balboa Park, Kensington, Kearny Mesa, City College, Little Italy, Ocean Beach, Pacific Beach, Golden Hills, City Heights, Sierra Mesa, Rolando, SDSU, Barrio Logan, Pine Valley, La Mesa, Lemon Grove, Mt Helix, Santee, National City, and Chula Vista. KNSJ is also streaming a mirror of their radio broadcast online at www.knsj.org.