American Spring’s Morning Toast: Tuesday, April 8

THE MORNING TOAST

Bitter….but worth every bite.

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THE ELECTION EDITION:

All you need to know about the candidates running for MCFPD and the Camdenton school board can be found below. If you haven’t seen these stories, they will provide context for today’s election.

‘A Daughter’s Words’ from Natalie Sales.

This piece talks about the campaign of lies and misinformation printed by Lake Media regarding the Camdenton school board race, written by the middle school daughter of candidate Mindi Sales.

Mindi Sales, candidate for Camdenton school board represents a welcome departure from business as usual.  She is running on a platform that is incredibly simple:  honesty.

Mindi Sales, candidate for Camdenton school board represents a welcome departure from business as usual. She is running on a platform that is incredibly simple: honesty.

“SHAME ON YOU SPREE HILLIARD”

‘Leaked DESE Email Reveals Camdenton Loss of Local Control’

‘Camdenton School Board Race About Local Control’

‘Camdenton School: Local Control?’

‘Camdenton Board Q and A’

Jeremy Rugen's slogan: "One name. One vote." is resonating throughout Camden County in response to 'business as usual'.

Jeremy Rugen’s slogan: “One name. One vote.” is resonating throughout Camden County in response to ‘business as usual’.

‘One Name. One Vote’

‘Jeremy Rugen for Mid-County Fire Board’
from Jeremy Rugen.

Jeremy Rugen, candidate for MCFPD, offers his views on how to manage the district without raising the levy on citizens or closing stations.

One of his opponents is Charlie McElyea.

‘Two Elections, One Lawyer’

‘Camden County Attorney McElyea Subject of Complaint’

‘Hathaway, McElyea and the ‘Chicken Little’ Argument’

‘County Attorney Threatens County with Lawsuit?’

‘It’s Always Sunny in Camden County’

TUNE IN TO GUERRILLA RADIO PRIME TIME FOR OUR SPECIAL ELECTION EDITION AS RESULTS ARE ANNOUNCED. EIGHT PM TONIGHT.

Stay tuned to http://www.americanspring2011.com for the very latest in news from Camdenton to the Congo. Follow on Twitter @AmericanSpring or on the Facebook page Guerrilla Radio with American Spring. Guerrilla Radio is on Monday through Friday from noon until two in the afternoon. Tuesday’s Prime Time edition of Guerrilla Radio is live at 8. All shows are archived on line for easy access.

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