Monday, June 26, 2006

John Fritchey on TV tonight: Running for Mayor ?

"Public Affairs," is featuring State Rep. John Fritchey [D-Chicago], Chairman, House Civil Judiciary Committee, tonight [June 26] through-out the City of Chicago on CANTV, Cable Ch. 21 at 8:30 pm; And, by this weekend, you can watch the Fritchey show on the "Public Affairs," podcast page on your computer [See here].

For a partial transcript of the show with State Rep. John Fritchey, go here.
The "Public Affairs," podcast page gives you a choice of more than twenty different episodes of “Public Affairs," in addition to the show with State Rep. John Fritchey [D-Chicago] that will be posted by this weekend[See here]. The podcast page also includes 8th Cong. Dist. Republican Nominee David McSweeney [Barrington Hills], press conferences held recently with Governor Rod Blagojevich and his Republican Challenger, State Treasurer Judy Baar Topinka, State Rep. Julie Hamos [D-Evanston], a show with Republican Presidential candidate John Cox, a show with Kevin White, the Republican nominee for the 5th Cong. Dist. seat currently held by Cong. Rahm Emanuel (D-Chicago), Professor Barry Chiswick, Distinguished Professor of Economics, University of Illinois at Chicago and Professor Hoyt Bleakley, Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business discuss and debate immigration, Mayoral Candidate Bill Dock Walls, State Senate Republican Nominee [27th Dist.] Matt Murphy; a recent joint press conference with Senator Obama [D-Illinois] and Congresswoman Bean [D-Barrington] dealing with, among other issues, Iran, Iraq, Defense Secretary Rumsfeld and tax cuts, Senator and Republican nominee for State Treasurer Christine Radogno, the Republican nominee and Democratic incumbent in the 8th CD, David McSweeney and Congresswoman Bean, respectively; Tony Peraica, Cook County Commissioner and Republican nominee for Cook County Board President and much, much more.
[See here].
Coming attractions on Public Affairs in the City of Chicago:

Next Monday night: full coverage of the David McSweeney [8th CD Republican Nominee, Barrington Hills] funder featuring former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani at Mike Ditka’s restaurant in the Loop and an interview with Governor Jim Thompson [This show is airing this week on the suburban edition of "Public Affairs."]

Two weeks from tonight: Bradley Tusk, Deputy Governor to Rod Blagojevich

Three Weeks from tonight: Ald. Ricardo Munoz [Chicago, 22nd Ward], possible 4th CD Democratic Primary candidate to replace Cong. Gutierrez in 2008.
Jeff Berkowitz, Show Host/Producer of "Public Affairs," and Executive Legal Recruiter doing legal search can be reached at