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Stephenie Steitzer, Kentucky Post

This guest appears on the following programs:
Program 3220
3/17/06: Is the governor losing political muscle? And why is the Senate hacked off at the courts? (#3220)

Program 3233
6/16/06: Fletcher calls a special legislative session to address business taxes. But in the shadows, the political buzz on both sides is still about 2007 and the governor’s race. (#3233)

Program 3245
9/8/06: Trey Grayson sends a signal that he might not move down the hallway to the governor’s office. Immigration becomes an issue in the Davis-Lucas congressional race in the 4th District ... or is it a dirty trick? And U.S. Rep. Ron Lewis’ military record becomes a target. Guest host: veteran broadcast journalist Ferrell Wellman of WLAP-AM/Lexington. (#3245)

Program 3251
10/20/06: Charges and countercharges fly as Election Day nears and the candidates for Congress get testy. The grand jury investigating the governor’s hiring practices wraps up its report, but how much of it will we see and when? Kentucky’s senior senator has lots of political muscle and knows how to use it to raise money. And we look at recruiting athletes—not for colleges but for high schools. Guest host: Ferrell Wellman, WLAP-AM. (#3251)

Program 3313
1/26/07: The new tickets are Richards and Brown, Henry and True, and Gatewood and friend. The hot buzz for the weekend is that Bruce Lunsford and Greg Stumbo may announce Monday. And two others announced earlier. So who are the Democrats to beat? (#3313)

Program 3434
Legislators get ready for next week's session on the pension deficit. The University of Kentucky approves a budget, but a bonus for the president has some people talking. Senator John McCain will help Kentucky republicans raise money. But another fundraiser has democrats on the defensive. And, the rock issue is now officially a criminal case. Guests: Ryan Aless, political writer for the Lexington Herald-Leader; Carla Wade, anchor and reporter for WTVQ-TV, Channel 36 in Lexington; and Stephenie Steitzer, Frankfort reporter for The Courier-Journal. (#3434)

Program 3438
7/18/08: The fall U.S. Senate campaign begins with a gas, gas, gas... In Beshear we trust. Republicans and Democrats fight for the right to get ZAPPED. Mark Hebert, State Capitol reporter for WHAS-TV, Channel 11 in Louisville guest hosts. Guests: Ryan Alessi, political writer for the Lexington Herald-Leader; Stephenie Steitzer, Frankfort bureau reporter for The Courier-Journal; and Roger Alford, reporter with the Associated Press. (#3438)

Program 3504
The most important election facing Kentucky is closed to the public- Speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives. Is Senator David Williams the Republican front-runner in the next race for governor? The chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party is expected to step down. And, the governor will get some ideas on how to cut prison costs. (#3504)

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