LA School Board Candidates to Appear on Front Page

Set your alarm clocks now because you do not want to miss LA School Board candidates Alex Johnson and Dr. George McKenna on the Front Page with Dominique DiPrima on Radio Free 102.3 KJLH Monday morning.  Whomever is your candidate, call and call early to get a chance to be on the air.  The number is 520-KJLH (5554) from any SoCal area code.  If you want to listen and you don’t own a radio (shame on you), you can download the TuneIn Radio app on your smartphone or log onto www.kjlhradio.com.

Both McKenna and Johnson will discuss why voters should choose them to represent Los Angeles Unified School District’s 1st district as well as take calls from listeners on their candidacy.  Their appearance will take place one day before the special runoff election to replace the late Marguerite LaMotte who passed away last year. LAUSD’s 1st district includes South Los Angeles, Watts, and Gardena.

I am sure the nasty issue of those campaign mailers is going to come up as well as other things—all of which makes for great radio.

You know the drill–or maybe you don’t so keep reading.

The Front Page with Dominique DiPrima airs live Monday through Friday from 4:30 a.m. to 6 a.m. on KJLH 102.3 FM and online at kjlhradio.com.  Callers can participate in the show by calling 520-KJLH (5554) from any Southern California area code or by tweeting questions and comments to @kjlhfrontpage or on Facebook at facebook.com/frontpageshow.

Hosted by Dominique DiPrima, since 1992 the Front Page has been Los Angeles’ number one rated daily talk radio show focused on current affairs, news, and politics from an African-American point of view. Owned by Stevie Wonder’s Taxi Productions, KJLH-FM is the leading broadcast radio station for African-Americans and urban consumers in Southern California.

Here’s my disclosure because there’s no shame in my game.  I did the communications for McKenna’s primary campaign and yes–I work on the Front Page.  I am a very talented individual–or at least I’d like to think I am.

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