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Audio: May 9th on WDIY’s Lehigh Valley Discourse: Democratic Candidates for Bethlehem Mayor


DEMORACTIC CANDIDATES FOR BETHLEHEM MAYOR

ON THURSDAY’S LEHIGH VALLEY DISCOURSE ON WDIY

(Lehigh Valley, PA)  WDIY’s weekly public affairs program Lehigh Valley Discourse will feature the Democratic candidates for Bethlehem Mayor on Thursday’s program, 6-7pm.

In a relaxed, conversational style, J. William Reynolds and Robert Donchez will join host Alan Jennings on the program to discuss their vision for the city.

The City of Bethlehem has a hotly contested race for mayor featuring two sitting City Council members. In a city in which Democrats vastly outnumber Republicans, this primary election is likely to choose the next mayor.

This is the third and last of three political discussions to air on WDIY as part of Lehigh Valley Discourse this primary season. All three programs are available to listen to, either on demand or as podcast, on the station’s website. 

WDIY, Lehigh Valley Community Public Radio, provides the Lehigh Valley with NPR news, locally produced public affairs programs, and a diverse mix of music.  The station is heard on 88.1 FM in the Lehigh Valley, with translators on 93.7 to the west, and 93.9 to the east, and at www.wdiy.org.

Click here to Tune in to WDIY 88.1 FM LV Discourse.

For more information:

Rebecca Walz | Director of Development and Public Relations WDIY, 88.1 FM Lehigh Valley Community Public Radio 301 Broadway, Bethlehem, PA 18015 | 610.694.8100 x 7

WDIY is member supported community public radio for the Lehigh Valley.  Please consider becoming a member today.

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