Congresswoman Miller's Weekly Radio Address Debuts

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U.S. Representative Candice Miller today announced the debut of "Washington Connection Weekly" - the Congresswoman's new weekly radio address. The program will begin airing this weekend on radio stations throughout her Congressional district, on-line statewide at www.mlive.com, and on her Congressional website at candicemiller.house.gov.

Rep. Miller said, "My mission in Washington is quite clear- I am the voice of the residents of Michigan's 10th Congressional District. This new radio project will ensure that my constituents are up-to-date on key legislation, important issues, and upcoming votes. I'm constantly seeking feedback and opinions from the citizens in my District. Washington Connection Weekly will help inform those opinions and generate more feedback."

The address will debut on radio stations throughout Michigan's 10th Congressional District:
* WPHM AM 1380, Port Huron
* WGRT FM 102.3, Port Huron
* WPON AM 1460, Pontiac/Detroit
* WBGV FM 92.5, Bad Axe/Sandusky
* WMIC AM 660, Sandusky
* WMPC AM 1230, Lapeer

On mlive.com the program will air at 7pm Thursday nights under the site's "News Radio" link.

"Congresswoman Miller is a dynamic communicator, with an unconquerable drive to help Michigan succeed. Washington Connection Weekly is more than just a public service, it is an important tool for the men and women she serves in Washington. Radio is an incredible medium," said Rep. Miller's spokesman Scott MacFarlane, a former freelance radio reporter for CBS News.

 

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