On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight, host Bill Goodman and guests will discuss the Electoral College. The program that is "live" on Kentucky Educational Television Monday evening at 8:00 will be re-broadcast Tuesday morning at 11:00 on the WEKU Stations.
Scheduled guests for this week's show are: Gary Gregg, director of the McConnell Center at the University of Louisville and editor of Securing Democracy: Why we have an Electoral College; Richard Labunski, a professor in the School of Journalism and Telecommunications at the University of Kentucky and author of The Second Constitutional Convention: How the American People Can Take Back Their Government; Jane Rainey, an Eastern Kentucky University government professor and co-author of Reexamining the Distribution of Power in the Electoral College; and Brian Clardy, Murray State University history professor.
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Kentucky Tonight is a weekly KET production, produced by Deidre Clark. Bill Goodman is host and managing editor. John Hingsbergen is Executive Producer for WEKU.