Sunday, August 31, 2008

Echos of Camelot Begin to Fade As Udall Prepares to Lead a New Generation of Democrats !

With Hurricane Gustav bearing down on the Gulf Coast, gas prices are already rising, and the call for more drilling will surely become even louder, especially with the Republicans set to take the main stage in St. Paul, Minnesota.

While we were in Colorado last week we had a chance to interview U.S. Senate Candidate Tom Udall for the Bob Clark show on 770 KKOB.

Normally this blog is for extra audio not previously aired on the state's largest news radio station. But, Udall's direct and honest responses deserve a replay here on the blog for folks who missed the original broadcast last Thursday.

We asked Udall about several attack ads criticizing his record and his stand on oil drilling in the United States. He says the 527 groups buying air time to attach his record are making ridiculous statements and are misleading the voting public.

Listen to why Udall's one vote in the Senate can make a difference in the direction the country takes on many national issues and why he's looking forward to serving with his cousin Mark Udall from Colorado.

Photo Credit: MG Bralley

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