EMKEN JOINS TWO OF CALIFORNIA’S
TOP RADIO TALK SHOWS LIVE THURSDAY
It’s no secret that Elizabeth Emken has used an aggressive earned media campaign and has already done more radio interviews than Meg and Carly combined.
First, Elizabeth will talk in studio with Jack Armstrong and Joe Getty at 7:05AM on KSTE-AM 650 in Sacramento and simulcasted on KKSF-AM 910 in San Francisco and KSWX-AM 1280 in Stockton. Armstrong & Getty are Northern California’s top rated morning talk radio show and their independent, irreverent style has made them a must-listen destination for Capitol City and Bay Area audiences.
Then, Elizabeth flies down to Los Angeles to join John & Ken as the featured guest on their “Election Extravaganza” live on KFI-AM 640 at the Ayres Hotel in Anaheim at 4:00PM. The Ayres Hotel located at 2550 East Katella Avenue and the event is open to the public. John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou hold court as Southern California’s show of record and have the largest local talk radio audience in the nation with over a million people listening to the controversial duo on their drive home.
You can LISTEN LIVE to Elizabeth Emken tomorrow:
Elizabeth will have an exciting endorsement announcement to make tomorrow in addition to talking with hundreds of thousands of radio listeners about her experience, her positions and her plan to bring our state and our nation back from the brink of disaster. It’s an amazing opportunity for Elizabeth to share her vision with two of America’s most influential talk radio shows, LIVE, on the same day.
By the way, in case you missed it, the latest CBRT/Pepperdine poll shows the race is tightening up:
- In the past two weeks, Feinstein’s lead has shrunk from 23% to 17% among all voters, and just 10% among those who will “definitely” vote.
- Feinstein is still polling at the worst numbers of her career at only 48%, and is losing to Emken in the North State, Central Valley, Inland Empire, Orange County and San Diego.
- An overwhelming 21% of voters remain undecided on the U.S. Senate race. These voters are looking to replace entrenched incumbents like Dianne Feinstein.
The news gets better every day as we get to the final drive of this campaign. Be sure to tune in to Elizabeth tomorrow, and follow along on Twitter @ElizabethEmken.