Add Event My Events Log In

Upcoming Events

    News

    Print this page

    WLKY will present the first of many Presidential Forums on August 3, featuring 14 Presidential candidates including Kentucky Senator Rand Paul. The Voters First Forum, produced and hosted by New Hampshire’s Union Leader newspaper and C-Span will be broadcast on WLKY and streamed live on WLKY.com from 7pm to 9pm ET.

    “This is an important opportunity for our viewers to see this first event featuring most of the 2016 GOP candidates together answering questions in a journalistic framework,” said Glenn Haygood, WLKY President and General Manager.

    The two-hour forum will be televised live from the Dana Center at St. Anselm College in Goffstown, New Hampshire, on Monday, August 3. Jack Heath of Manchester’s WGIR-AM Radio and host of New Hampshire Today will moderate the forum. The following candidates are scheduled to appear:

    Jeb Bush (R) - Former Governor of Florida

    Ben Carson (R) – Neurosurgeon and author

    Chris Christie (R) – Governor of New Jersey

    Ted Cruz (R) – Senator from Texas

    Carly Fiorina (R) - Former Hewlett-Packard CEO

    Lindsey Graham(R) - Senator from South Carolina

    Bobby Jindal (R) - Governor of Louisiana

    John Kasich (R) - Governor of Ohio

    George Pataki (R) – Former Governor of New York

    Rand Paul (R) – Senator from Kentucky

    Rick Perry (R) - Former Governor of Texas

    Marco Rubio (R) – Senator from Florida

    Rick Santorum (R) – Former Senator from Pennsylvania

    Scott Walker (R) – Governor of Wisconsin

    Each candidate will be given 5 minutes to answer questions individually on stage.

    WLKY’s parent company Hearst Television Inc, a Peabody and Cronkite award winning leader in television and digital political journalism, is sharing the C-Span feed with WLKY and 27 other stations across the United States. Hearst Television collectively reaches 21 million households.

     

    Share On:

    Upcoming Events

      Event Finder

      Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes or RSS