David Miller ’13 and Luke Wetton ’14 to appear on “Kentucky Tonight”
July 26, 2012 By Elizabeth Trollinger
“Kentucky Tonight” at 8 p.m. on Monday, July 30 on Kentucky
Educational Television (KET).
Two Centre students will be featured on “Kentucky Tonight” at 8 p.m. on Monday, July 30 on Kentucky Educational Television (KET).
David Miller ’13, president of the Centre Democrats, and Luke Wetton, ’14, president of the Centre Republicans, will be part of a round-table discussion about national and state politics, as well as the issues that will be important to the upcoming presidential election this fall.
Coleman Eldridge, executive assistant to Governor Steve Beshear and vice president of the Young Democrats of America, and Tres Watson ’02, chairman of the Kentucky Young Republicans, will join Miller and Wetton for the round-table.
“Kentucky Tonight” is a weekly program hosted by Bill Goodman, and guests generally discuss issues facing Kentucky and the nation. For more information about “Kentucky Tonight,” visit the show’s website here.
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