Monday, February 04, 2008

Better than the Super Bowl: Peraica, Cullerton, Oberweis, Lauzen on Cable and Streaming

Tonight’s City of Chicago edition of Public Affairs features Cook County Board Member and Republican candidate for State’s Attorney of Cook County Tony Peraica. The show airs through-out the City tonight at 8:30 pm on Cable Ch. 21 (CANTV).

Among other topics (See here for a list of topics covered and a partial transcript of the show), Commissioner Peraica gives a good Election Eve run-down of the Democratic candidates for State’s Attorney in tomorrow’s Democratic primary. Comm. Peraica is running in an uncontested Republican Primary for State’s Attorney.

Can’t watch the show on Cable tonight? Not to worry. Go here to watch the show with Comm. Peraica on your computer.

This week’s suburban edition of Public Affair’s and next week’s City of Chicago edition of Public Affairs features State Senator John Cullerton (D-Chicago). To watch the Cullerton show on your computer, go here.

Tonight’s City of Aurora edition features 14th CD Republican Primary candidate Jim Oberweis, airing at 7:30 pm tonight on Aurora Community Television on Comcast Cable Ch. 10 in Aurora and some surrounding areas. That is, the Aurora station reaches all of Aurora, Bristol, Big Rock and parts of Oswego, Sandwich, Sugar Grove and Montgomery.

Can’t watch the Oberweis show on cable tonight? Not to worry. Go here to watch the Oberweis show. To watch our show with his Republican primary opponent, State Senator Chris Lauzen (R-Aurora), go here.
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