On today’s Radioactivity with host Rob Lorei, we listen to statements made by presidential candidates Jeb Bush, Donald Trump, and newcomer Lawrence Lessig. Jeb Bush addresses foreign policy and ISIS while Donald Trump talks about immigration, job growth, and women’s issues. Harvard Law Professor Lawrence Lessig, who is considering a presidential run, states in a… Read more »
Today we listen to latest Florida this Week, a political discussion show moderated Radioactivity host Rob Lorei. This episode’s panel ( Tampa Bay Times’ Ernest Hooper, La Gaceta Publisher Patrick Mantaiga, Political Consultant Marc Proctor, Journalist Josh Gillin) offer their perspectives on last week’s GOP debate; congresswoman Corinne Brown’s efforts to stop congressional redistricting and the… Read more »
Today on Radioactivity, host Rob Lorei airs an excerpt of last night’s Republican presidential debate then opens up the phone lines for listener perspectives on the 10 GOP candidates’ stance on foreign policy, the economy, immigration, and social issues.
Both Rob Lorei on Radioactivity at 11am, and Janelle Irwin on MidPoint at noon, will talk about the debate and take your calls. Rob promises it will be pretty funny, and something about a drinking game…
Today we listen back on the latest Florida This Week, a political discussion show on WEDU that airs Friday nights at 8:30. Moderator Rob Lorei and the panel (St. Pete Mayor Rick Kriseman, the Tampa bay Times’ Steve Bousquet, Republican Bill Bunting and USF Political Science Professor Susan MacManus) discuss the sudden decision by the Florida Senate to… Read more »
Last night, dozens of Bernie Sanders supporters gathered at Atwater’s Best Barbeque in south St.Pete to hear the Vermont senator make his case for the presidency via streaming video.The gathering was a part of major grassroots effort to mobilize his base and attract new supporters. It was one of more than 3000 independent watching parties across… Read more »
Today we listen back on the latest Florida this Week, a political discussion show moderated by Radioactivity host Rob Lorei. On this episode we look at the rekindled ties between the US and Cuba, what’s up with David Jolly’s district seat as he runs for Senate, and recent remarks made by Jeb Bush at a… Read more »
On Radioactivity Host Rob Lorei talks with Jillian Stein, a physician from Massachusetts who is running for the 2016 Green Party Nomination for the Presidency. She ran for president once before for the Green Party in 2012 and for the Massachusetts governor’s chair in 2002 and 2010. In her last presidential run, she was endorsed… Read more »
State Rep. Dwight Dudley (D-St. Petersburg) is proposing an independent, bipartisan redistricting commission to draw Florida’s new Congressional district lines instead of the Republican-controlled state legislature. It’s in response to Thursday’s ruling by the state Supreme Court that the boundaries drawn by legislators were unconstitutional because they favored incumbents and Republicans. Dudley told WMNF there… Read more »
Interview with Lateresa Jones, candidate for U.S. Senate in Florida
The Fairness Doctrine with Jennifer Sullivan addresses corporate money in political campaigning
Group says Koch Brothers are close with Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and Rick Scott
Why was voter turn out the lowest it had been in 72 years?
Rob Lorei speaks to Alan Cohn a former investigative TV reporter who ran for Florida’s 15th Congressional District seat in this month’s mid-term election.
Charlie Crist won’t be Florida governor. He lost to incumbent governor Rick Scott in a tight, neck and neck race.
The bid for Medical marijuana in Florida went up in smoke last night. Amendment 2 got 58% support – not enough for the 60% needed to pass.
Rob Lorei will goes over election results with listeners including Rick Scott’s victory, and the medical marijuana amemdent not passing.
St. Pete voters weigh in on governor, medical marijuana and Greenlight Pinellas
Today’s Last Call featured an interview with Tampa Bay Times columnist Daniel Ruth on the November 4th election
Today is Election Day and Radioactivity will discuss the race for governor and some of the other state and local races.
Pinellas County Commission race tight between Gerard and Hooper: poll
Poll suggests Greenlight Pinellas transit referendum could lose big
Bill Clinton urges Tampa to the vote out and vote for Charlie Crist for governor.
On Friday morning, Governor Rick Scott made a campaign stop in New Tampa. As part of a state-wide tour, the Republican is encouraging voters to cast their ballots early.
On Thursday morning, a parking lot off Manhattan Avenue became a pulpit for campaign speeches. Standing outside the Platt Library, Pat Kemp thanked her campaign volunteers. The lawyer is running for Hillsborough County Commission.