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Here comes Daily Kos Radio . . . to Wisconsin

Jesse LaGreca, a/k/a Ministry of Truth, will be in Wisconsin for the fight in Wisconsin, the recall election that culminates the year-long battle against the anti-worker, anti-labor, anti-women, anti-democracy Republican Party project, spearheaded by the extreme, retrograde bully and liar Scott Walker.

How Tuesday will end is not clear. But how it began and how it will continue past Tuesday is clear. We will never stop fighting for progressive values!

We think no one exemplifies that fight more than our own Jesse LaGreca, Ministry of Truth, and are thrilled that he will be there for the fight in Wisconsin for Daily Kos Radio. You can listen here.

Jesse will be on as much as possible but stay tuned for times to listen to Jesse's reports for Daily Kos Radio. He will be providing reports Tuesday morning from 10 AM ET, and continuing, on and off all day and through the nightl LISTEN HERE.

Once again, our most heartfelt thanks to Netroots Radio, who will be hosting Jesse's reports from Wisconsin—you can listen here. Special thanks to Wink Edelman, who will be producing Jesse's reports, and Justice Putnam, the program director for Netroots Radio.

Consider this the pre-relaunch of Daily Kos Radio, whose official relaunch comes at Netroots Nation. More on that this week. Stay tuned.

Originally posted to Daily Kos on Sun Jun 03, 2012 at 09:00 AM PDT.

Also republished by Your Government at Work, Badger State Progressive, ClassWarfare Newsletter: WallStreet VS Working Class Global Occupy movement, Progressive Hippie, and Daily Kos Radio.

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