Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Today's Show: Gay Man in the Senate?

4:30pm EST: At the beginning of this year, we saw a lot of controversy surround the vacated Senate seat by President Obama. While Roland Burris had successfully occupied the seat over the past year with much speculation and accusations as to how got it, news from Illinois is he will not be running for another term. In September, Jacob Meister, a Chicago attorney and openly gay man, announced his candidacy for the Senate. He's considered a long-shot, though without an incumbent running anything can happen. He joins us this afternoon to talk about what his plans are if he wins the Illinois US Senate seat.

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