Republican presidential nominee John McCain may have given up hope of winning in Michigan, but he's still feeling good -- or at least as good as a politician sliding in the polls can -- about his chances in Colorado. Hence, his decision to gab live on KOA/850 AM this morning. Listeners are encouraged to send instant-message questions for hosts Steffan Tubbs and April Zesbaugh to pose beginning at around the time this blog publishes. I know I'm going to ask if he'll sing an encore version of his hit song, "Bomb Iran."
McCain is scheduled to appear at 8:15 a.m. Other details can be found in the press release accessible after the jump. -- Michael Roberts
SENATOR JOHN MCCAIN LIVE ON NEWSRADIO 850 KOA
Denver, CO, October 9, 2008…Presidential candidate John McCain will join 850 KOA’s Steffan Tubbs and April Zesbaugh live at 8:15am on Friday, October 10 on Colorado’s Morning News.
Less than one month from the presidential election, Colorado is still a battleground state and both candidates are campaigning diligently to win over Colorado’s undecided voters.
Beginning at 5am on Friday, Tubbs and Zesbaugh will take instant messages from 850 KOA listeners and compile a list of questions to ask of Senator McCain. Instant messages can be sent by logging on to www.850koa.com and clicking on the instant message link.
850 KOA’s morning drive show, Colorado’s Morning News, hosted by April Zesbaugh and Steffan Tubbs, features the day's top news stories, team coverage from reporters throughout the state, airborne traffic coverage, and business and sports reports from the region’s most trustworthy news team. If it’s happening live, you can bet Colorado’s Morning News will be there to cover the story accurately and thoroughly.
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