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 Republicans Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Rand Paul have officially declared their run for the presidency, as has Democrat Hillary Clinton. But the field could get a lot more crowded in coming months, with ten other Republicans looking and talking like probable candidates, along with a handful of Democrats.

  Personal emails from Hillary, a public letter from Senate Republicans, speeches by possible candidates who may or may not be running for president, and Instagram photos posted by a House member, politicians are doing a lot of communicating lately. But what they are trying to say is often a mystery. 

 

The Political Junkie Road Show is happening tonight at the Cincinnati Masonic Center downtown, featuring the men who made Wednesday afternoons appointment listening: The Political Junkie Ken Rudin, and former host of Talk of the Nation, Neal Conan. They are in town for the live show, but will join us today -  from Studio A at CET with a live audience - along with our Howard Wilkinson, to talk politics, midterm elections, ask a trivia question, and take your calls and questions.

Tickets for The Political Junkie Road Show tonight at 7:30pm can be purchased at the door. The Cincinnati Masonic Center is located at 317 E. Fifth Street, next to the Taft Theatre.

Ken Rudin (The Political Junkie) and Neal Conan (former host of Talk of the Nation) will talk all things politics with you and special guests, plus trivia, the Scuttle Button quiz, and more on Friday, November 21 at Cincinnati’s Masonic Center (next to the Taft Theater) at 7:30 pm.

Doors open at 6:30 pm.
Tickets will be available at the door the night of the show for $25.

  With just over four weeks to go before the November mid-term elections, candidates and political action groups are pulling out all the stops, spending heavily in order to reach and win over as many potential voters as possible. Some races already look easy to call while others are still hotly contested. And control of the U. S. Senate is still up for grabs. Political Junkie Ken Rudin is with us again to share his thoughts on how the candidates are doing.

  

  

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