Greg Bishop hosts three hours of live and local talk on this election day. The focus will be the election, but we'll also work in some city business, talk about the latest Calvin Christian news and maybe scream about fluoride in the water. Don't miss Bishop On Air from 9 to noon on 970 WMAY, The News and Talk of Springfield!
The polls are open and your say matters, but you have to make your voice officially heard at your polling place. However, during the show today we'll take your calls to get some sort of exit poll data on the GOP races for Governor and Sangamon County Sheriff. We'll unscientifically combine our numbers with other host's numbers and see just how accurate listeners are.
One thing worth checking out concerning the GOP race for governor is feedback to the ISRA's endorsement for Kirk Dillard. You can read those below:
Calvin Christian says he won't settle his federal harassment case against the City of Springfield. In an attempt to settle the case, the city's attorney's said they wouldn't go after Christian for attorney's fees or other sanctions if the case is dropped. If not, they won't promise not to go after Christian for potentially thousands of dollars. Christian says he's got witnesses to help prove his case and he's moving forward. We'll break it all down today with Bishop On Air.
Springfield Budget Director Bill McCarty will join the show today to talk about the stalled ordinance giving NAPA a three year contract worth $3.75 million to provide parts for the city's soon-to-be consolidated fleet of vehicles. Could that be brought out of committee tonight for final passage?
Sound off with Bishop On Air from 9 to noon on 970 WMAY, The News and Talk of Springfield. Listen live and call 217-629-7970, email, Tweet or Facebook. Also, be sure to check out the podcast updates with the Bishop On Air Podcast.