GOP Senate candidate Jim Risch is on KFXD for a half-hour this morning. It's nearly a third over and they haven't yet taken a question. Risch says job creation and energy development are his top issues this year. Let's hope some folks can get through at 343-6363 to ask Risch some pressing questions. (I haven't yet been able to make it through.)
Update 7:54: The segment is over. Hosts Chris and Amy asked Risch about exactly one issue (energy) and took NO calls. Since I don't usually listen to KFXD in the mornings, someone out there has to tell me: Is this typical to take no calls on segments with candidates or public officials? Did Larry LaRocco, Mike Crapo, and Larry Craig field calls on their recent visits?
Update Friday afternoon: As Jill shared in the comments, apparently KFXD chose not to answer the calls jamming its switchboard this morning because NO ONE called in to talk with Larry LaRocco when he was on Tuesday morning. (Memo to Team LaRocco ... there's this thing called "plants" ...)
In any case, if you haven't seen it yet, don't miss Serephin's priceless video at 43SB. Risch clearly has some issues with Idaho bloggers.