GUELPH POLITICAST #190 – Guelph Stuff (Local Election Update)

There’s an election going on. If you know this already, then you are very well-informed, but if you turn on your TV to look for pundits to tell you what they think about the local race, you will be disappointed because they’re all about the national leaders. Someone needs to fill the gap left by short-sighted mainstream media outlets. This sounds like a job for Guelph Stuff!

On this edition of Guelph Stuff, a recurring segment of the Guelph Politicast that focuses on analysis of local issues, we’re joined by Scotty Hertz, who’s doing double duty this week as co-host of Open Sources Guelph, and guest commentator on this Guelph Stuff episode of the pod. This time, Guelph Stuff is all about the 2019 Federal Election in the Royal City.

As Guelph Politico covered last week’s social justice debates from the media table, Scotty watched the debate from the shadows audience, and we’ll use this week’s edition of the podcast to trade notes about the candidates; Who did well? Who did damage? Who might have made a less than perfect impression? Also, we’ll talk about the whole race in Guelph, and how the candidates look to be handling the campaign trail with less than three weeks to go before Election Day.

So let’s talk once again about Guelph Stuff on this week’s edition of the Guelph Politicast!

Open Sources Guelph’s interview series with the local candidates continues this week with Christian Heritage Party candidate Gordon Truscott, and People’s Party of Canada candidate Mark Paravolos. You can catch up with the interviews we’ve already done elsewhere on the Guelph Politicast channel.

The host for the Guelph Politicast is Podbean. Find more episodes of the Politicast here, or download them on your favourite podcast app at iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, and Spotify.

Also, when you subscribe to the Guelph Politicast channel and you will also get an episode of Open Sources Guelph every Monday, and an episode of End Credits every Friday.

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