WILL AND WILLIE SHOW • MAY 28th, 2010 • PART ONE – The Candidates
With the California State Primaries coming up on Tuesday, June 8th, Former San Francisco Mayor and Speaker of the California State Assembly Willie L. Brown Jr. and Political Comic Will Durst talk about the candidates, the propositions on the ballot and share their considerable insight into the process. This is the first of two parts of the conversation produced by Paul Wells of Flow Communications with the assistance of Ryan Frias and Roger Wersema of Polarity Post Productions at the 69 Green Street studios and offices. A mention early of the Woman of the Year 2010 Campaign for benefit of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society by candidate Bianca Velishek. For a link to more information on events and contributions, please click here
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