We will talk about a variety of state and national issues, including:
You can listen live to streaming audio of the broadcast at www.kuow.org. Podcasts are also available if you miss the live broadcast.
The 2008 Washington governor's race What to expect with the new state primary system The presidential race – the Pennsylvania primary, superdelegates, both Democrat’s chances vs. McCain Other legislative races: Burner-Reichert, Hastings-Fearing, state legislature… State transportation woes – any solutions on the horizon?
David Goldstein is founder and blogger-in-chief of HorsesAss.Org. He came up with the name of the blog as a way to describe anti-taxman Tim Eyman. Goldstein also blogs at Huffington Post and Daily Kos. He lives in Seattle. (studio-confirmed)I'll also be live blogging (which should be interesting while I'm on the phone.)
Eric Earling is a contributing editor at Sound Politics. He describes himself as an "outside-the-box conservative thinker." He's got a day job as Deputy Regional Representative in the U.S. Department of Education's Seattle office. He lives near Lynnwood. (studio-confirmed)
Tom Forbes blogs at Palousitics. He is active in the Whitman County Republican Party and was Mike Huckabee's county campaign manager. He's lived in Pullman for ten years, and is a computer programmer/analyst by day. (via phone)
(10:20-10:25) Liz Burlingame [BURLing-game] blogs at SeattlePoliticore. She spent four days on Chris Gregoire's campaign bus last week. She just graduated from the University of Washington with a journalism degree and lives in Seattle. [via phone]