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Armchair Politics returns to The White Horse beginning Monday May 28 (Memorial Day) from 6-9 p.m. The live remote broadcast features a weekly round table discussion about local state and national politics and current events on The Tom Sumner Program with political pundits Former Lt. Governor John Cherry (D) on the left, former State Representative Charlie Mueller (R) on the right and long time CEO and lobbyist for the Home Builders Association Barry Simon is the “resident cynic.” Host/Moderator Tom Sumner started the popular segment during his show at Kettering’s community radio station WKUF Wednesday mornings. The show featured several candidate forums and plans are already in the works for future forums, according to Sumner. The public is invited to watch the show in person at The White Horse or tune in to WFNT Monday evenings from 6 to 9 p.m.

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